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      clang-format.bash: update to clang-format-6.0 · 523c443d
      Brad King authored
      Update `.clang-format` with configuration to make the 6.0 format as
      close as possible to what 3.8 produced before.  Then revise the style:
      
      * Indent preprocessor directives (a feature new since 3.8)
      * Add a newline and indentation before inheritance `:` and `,`
      
      Rename the Git attribute identifying the format to include the
      clang-format version number: `format.clang-format-6.0`.  This will aid
      external infrastructure in knowing what version of the tool to run.
      523c443d
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      update-kwsys: Disable custom gitattributes during import · 64490637
      Brad King authored
      The KWSys `.gitattributes` file now defines custom attributes.
      Git does not support these in a subdirectory where we are about
      to place the content, so comment them out during import.
      This also ensures that the `our-c-style` attribute on KWSys
      sources does not activate the `format.clang-format` attribute
      on the third-party import branch.
      64490637
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      update-third-party: Add helper to disable custom gitattributes · f1a55839
      Brad King authored
      Provide a helper function that import scripts can use when the
      third-party project defines custom Git attributes in its top-level
      `.gitattributes` file.  These must be commented out because Git
      does not support custom attributes in a subdirectory where we
      where the third-party project is about to be merged.
      f1a55839
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