> Yes, I think you're correct, the text-base seems to always
> contain the LF eol. So you're saying that once a file has
> been committed once, it behaves correctly thereafter? In that
> case then I would agree that it sounds like a problem with
> the import. I'm not sure how the Polarion tool works so it is
> possible that it imported the file as CRLF instead of LF
> which is now causing the problem.
Good, I'm glad my thinking isn't entirely faulty. Thanks for your time
Now, this leaves me with how to resolve the problem.
1/ Some form of subversion magic that converts the files internally.
2/ Some method of forcing a commit without any change having occurred
so that the file gets reconverted. Can I just touch the files?
3/ Adding a whitespace change to every file and committing.
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