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I have a project using GTK sharp.
The project is set to Inherited Policy for c# source code
The solution is set to Use default settings from 'Text file'
The solution Text file is set to Unix line endings.
The works for editing .cs files directly however the generated User Interface code is created with windows line endings.
Every time I build using monodevelop for windows the line endings for the generated code is converted to windows line endings.
This means I must manually exclude those changes from the commit. The Generated GTK# code should respect the line ending policy.
Reopened as this is still broken in 18.104.22.168 (released June 18, 2012) after this was supposedly fixed.
@Lluis: I think it's something with the policies.
I created a new gtk project & set the line ending to windows.
In GuiBuilderService - line 548 I added:
Console.WriteLine ("eol:" + pol.EolMarker + " for project "+project.Name);
And the pol.EolMarker was always set to Native - even if it was set to windows in the options. The project name was correct.
I have retested in 4.0.2 (build 18) Xamarin Studio branded on windows and the problem still exists. The policy is unix line endings but the generated GTK code uses windows line endings.
This has magical ability to turn nearly every single cross platform commit into a conflict. Which as you imagine is very irritating.