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Re: WIN32 Setup: SVN Config files in %APPDATA%\subversion have wrong line endings

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-07-23 11:11:40 CEST

Norbert Unterberg wrote:

> Hi,
> I wonder where the default SVN config files
> (%APPDATA%\subversion\config and \servers) come from, because they
> have been installed with the wrong line endings.
> I installed subversion 1.0.6 (windows installer version) and the files
> have *ix line endings (just LF) instead of the CRLF endings used in
> the Windows world. If you open the files with notepad you see just a
> mess on the screen.
They're not installed, they're generated by Subversion itself, and they
should have CRLF line endings. But apparently they don't. Seems like
something is the matter with APR_EOL_STR. Yuck.

Maybe we should stop using APR_EOL_STR entirely, and instead pump the
contents of the generated files through our end-of-line translation code...

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