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Re: Charsets

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2002-12-03 20:56:29 CET

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On Tuesday 03 December 2002 09:19, Oxley, David wrote:
> I have also had a problem with editing a script file on Windows that then
> gives errors when running it on Linux. I think this is a problem with new
> line chars though.

The default in Subversion is to not modify line endings. If you want the
scripts to be automatically translated to use the correct endings based on
the platform you're currently using, then set the "svn:eol-style" to
"native".

If the scripts should *always* have LF endings (ie., they are Linux scripts,
but you sometimes edit them on Windows), then set "svn:eol-style" to "LF".
Similarly, you could set it to "CRLF" or "CR".

HTH.

BTW., shouldn't there be a FAQ for this? Or are David and I both blind? :)

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Peter Davis
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