[cairo] check-headers.sh not working on OS X

Behdad Esfahbod behdad at behdad.org
Mon Oct 2 11:46:02 PDT 2006

On Sat, 2006-09-30 at 14:22 -0400, Ian Osgood wrote:
> -/-cairo_public\>/ {public=1;}
> +/-cairo_public/ {public=1;}

I don't see how this can fix it unless the awk version on your system
being really ancient.  Anyway, I pushed a change that should fix it.

-/-cairo_public\>/ {public=1;}
+/-cairo_public[        ]/ {public=1;}

>   { context=$0; }
>   ' |
>   sed 's/[.]h-/.h:/' |
> Also, is it better style to use [[:blank:]] instead of [space-tab]?

Better style, maybe.  More portable, no.  And we really only expect
space or tab there, not any other blank char.


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