2008/3/22, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008a_at_ryandesign.com>:
> On Mar 22, 2008, at 05:44, Henrik Sundberg wrote:
> > I have just migrated a large repository from SourceSafe (vss) to
> > Subversion.
> > auto-props for *.txt is set to svn:mime-type=text/plain;svn:eol-
> > style=native
> > When checking the migration (i used vss2svn) i found some txt files
> > that in vss was stored as Little endian unicode (16-bit), DOS (the bom
> > is fffe) got changed line endings.
> > A file just containing a line with an A is changed like this (looking
> > at emacs hexl-mode on windows xp):
> > vss: fffe 4100 0d00 0a00
> > svn: fffe 4100 0d0a 000d 0a00
> > How should auto-props be defined for .txt-files when there are
> > different encodings in different files?
> > Should i remove the mime-type and keep the eol-style?
> > Is it possible to use the eol-style, when mixing unicode files with
> > ASCII files (I need the files in both Linux and Windows)?
> Subversion does not treat (non-UTF-8) Unicode files as text files.
> For example, diffs won't work, blame won't work, etc. I've never
> tried it but it sounds like you should not set svn:eol-style on these
> > I read about eol-style in
> > http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.4/svn.advanced.props.file-
> > portability.html#svn.advanced.props.special.eol-style
> > Does this mean that the file is changed before it is committed into
> > the repository?
> Yes, the client changes the files before sending them to the repository.
> > Is there a way to retrieve the files as they where before the
> > commit? By removing/changing properties?
> No, the original file is not available anywhere in the repository.
Thanks for the response!
Does this indicate that I should remove eol-style and text/plain from
the config file when migrating vss repositories? And leave the
property settings to the users?
Is there a best practice for this?
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Received on 2008-03-22 13:07:49 CET