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Re: Standardize previous ChangeLog entries?
Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> On Tue, 25 Mar 2003, Max Bowsher wrote:
>> Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
>>> On Tue, 25 Mar 2003, Max Bowsher wrote:
>>>> OK to add the correct double-space between NAME and <EMAIL> in the
>>>> ChangeLog lines "DATE NAME <EMAIL>"?
>>>> There are 24 single-spaced lines compared with 283 double-spaced lines.
>>> FWIW, I count 125 single-spaced lines vs. 294 double-spaced lines... I
>>> used the following patterns in vim:
>>> /^[^ \t].*[^ ] </ for single-spaced, and
>>> /^[^ \t].*[^ ] </ for double-spaced.
>>> This also brings up an interesting question of what the proper date
>>> format is. Most (320) dates are in the YYYY-MM-DD format, but some
>>> (99) are in the "Dow Mon DD HH:MM:SS YYYY" format, and some of those
>>> have 2 spaces before YYYY. Weird.
>> Hmm. I hadn't noticed the old date format, so my regexps didn't match
>> any of those lines.
>> However, your regexps match some lines incorrectly - for example:
>> * archive_tar_file.cc: Include <algorithm>.
>> * inilex.l: Recognise Build-Depends-Indep, [,], >, < and remove
>> (filedef): Create == and < operators for STL use.
> They don't for me, but this could be because I have vim set to
> 'nocompatible' or something. The "\t" matches a Tab. If you substitute
> that by a literal Tab character, these should work even in 'compatible'
I was using egrep.