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[OT] Ignoring perltidy changes in sv[nk] annotate

by bsb (Priest)
on Jun 21, 2008 at 02:05 UTC ( #693246=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: How should I do (and document) effective semi-formal code review?
in thread How should I do (and document) effective semi-formal code review?

It's a bit off-topic, but I'd like to know if there's a way to make perltidy alterations transparent to "annotate" in svn/svk. Both support a white-space ignoring mode, but there might be better solutions. Anyone know of one?

I'm thinking of adding a property to perltidy commits, or maybe reformatting commits in general, then I'd need to find or build an annotate that could ignore it. (Although "ignore" is perhaps not correct, the annotations before this change need to make it over in some sensible way).

See SVK::Command::Annotate, SVN::Web::Blame

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