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Re: svn co with a specific EOL - how?

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-08-02 21:21:06 CEST

"Barry Scott" <barry.alan.scott@ntlworld.com> writes:
> Using a good editor does not help in the cases I outlined.

It solves your first case: your Unix editor will load the file from
the Samba share, transparently DTRT with respect to the line endings,
and preserve the original eol style when you save.

> Should I raise this as an issue for later attention?

It would be complex to implement. I guess I'm -0, but if others need
this, we could file a Post-1.0 Enhancement issue.

For your second case:

> I can imagine other cases for example a build process that
> makes a ZIP file of sources on Unix but for the Windows
> world.

Well, hmmm, a --with-eol argument only for "svn export" would be much
easier to implement (since no working copy has to remember the
setting), and would solve that scenario.

Want to file a feature request for that somewhat more limited feature?


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