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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH] numa.c: use spaces instead of tabs

>>> On 03.09.14 at 13:59, <ufimtseva@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Jan, you say that such style is not used.. But numa.c uses tabs as
> :set list shows and its not Xen style either.
> Coding style says - 4 spaces for one level of indent. numa.c uses tabs
> and sometimes space between tabs.
> I am looking at the rest of the files in xen/arch/x86/ and see that
> they have all same tab= 4 spaces for indentation.
> for example see xen/arch/x86/domain.c.
> I used this for vim to re-tab the file: set noai ts=4 sw=8 expandtab
> Linux has 8 spaces for tabs.. So I am lost here.

In a few files, original Linux style got retained, and we're accepting
that. See for example xen/arch/x86/cpu/. As a result, keeping the
file here as is would be fine (as indicated before); the only alternative
would be to fully switch it to Xen style.


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