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ghudson's 'svn st' problem he mentioned on IRC...

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2003-12-30 05:08:24 CET

I don't know if anyone else looked at this, but ghudson mentioned that when he
did a 'cp -r' of his WC, all of a sudden some of the files in subversion/
bindings/com started showing up as being modified. I took a closer look, and
saw that the files that exhibit this property have their eol-style set to
CRLF. What I found out was that the text-base copy of the file didn't have
CRLF line endings... they were just plain LF. Just to double check, I create
a temp repository, shoved a few files in it, and toyed with changing the
eol-style, and every time after a commit, the text-base's line ending were
changed to match that of eol-style. I tried this using both ra_local and
ra_dav and got the same results. Simply touching SVN.rgs in subversion/
bindings/com causes 'svn st' to state that the file is modified... at least
on my Linux box.

So it seems we have a bit of a problem here (as ghudson eluded to on IRC). I
just wanted to post my finding just in case someone knew what the problem is
off the top of their head, or in case someone else was trying to track this


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