I have one suggestion for you. Create a Python or similar script to strip white space and then add of to the project and execute it with a build phase.
I did some Python scripting in a project awhile back to create a plist. It worked out well. There are likely other ways to do this but in my case this approach worked well.
I would imagine that with a bit of effort you could find a script or utility on the net to so this.
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On Jul 5, 2011, at 12:58 PM, Jens Alfke <email@hidden> wrote:
> While I personally couldn’t care less about trailing whitespace in source lines, various tools [git] and coding guidelines [Google] have issues with it, so for their sake I’d like to strip it.
> In Xcode 3 I used the Google Toolkit For Mac [GTM] Xcode plugin, one of whose features was to automatically strip whitespace before saving a file. In Xcode 4 I thought I remembered hearing that the editor would have a pref to do this, but I can’t find one. And the script menu doesn’t seem to exist any more, so I can’t write a user script to do it. Anyone got any good tips for this?
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