Am Thu, 12 Oct 2000 schrieben Sie:
> Well, sed 's/^M//' should be just OK instead of recode.
> it won't complain. :)
Is there anything, that sed cant do? :-)
> anyway, I really wouldn't like SVN to try and outsmart me..
> if I have 0x0d in my unix files, I probly put them there
> for a reason, so my vote is a definite no for your wish if
My reason was, that I overttook maintance of a existing java project. The
former maintainer used WinXX, while I use Linux. The first thing I did was
introducing this CVS thing, to avoid the version trouble experienced until
> it should be the default behavior. If there is a
> --be-smart-about-0x0d switch to do this, then I have no
> objection, though.
Better think about the newbie. I think, SVN should find out, that it's a DOS
file and offer a) to convert it to unix or b) treat it as binary or c) take
it as is. Switches could be --treat-DOS-text-as-binary and
--convert-DOS-to-unix etc. The default should always be to ask the user.
Ralf Wiebicke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:10 2006