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Add .gitattributes and normalize source files #172

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sharwell commented Dec 6, 2018

Normalization of text content in Git repositories is sensitive to per-user configurations, but much less sensitive when .gitattributes is used. This change adds a default .gitattributes and renormalizes all source files to match the new form.

The commit which normalizes the source files (only 2 affected files) is assigned to @dotnet-bot to avoid history confusion or unrealistic contributor statistics.

Both files which were normalized previously used CRLF line endings, so a diff of the content on a Windows machine is likely to show that the files are binary equal. The change was more about updating the Git metadata of the files.

sharwell and others added some commits Dec 6, 2018

Normalize all source files
git add --all --renormalize

@sharwell sharwell requested a review from dotnet/dotnet-winforms as a code owner Dec 6, 2018


Thank you! Looks good!

@zsd4yr zsd4yr merged commit 8f926a4 into dotnet:master Dec 6, 2018

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@sharwell sharwell deleted the sharwell:gitattributes branch Dec 7, 2018

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