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Problem on commits with "inconsistent line style", please provide a better error message

From: Jan Mönnich <Jan.Moennich_at_newtron.net>
Date: 2004-09-13 15:39:55 CEST


I just tried an commit and get the following error message:

d:dev> svn ci -m Bugs java\framework\web\bytecode
Sending java\framework\web\bytecode\ClassByteCodeInfo.java
Sending java\framework\web\bytecode\CompileByteCodeInfo.java
Sending java\framework\web\bytecode\ExampleCompiledClass.java
Sending java\framework\web\bytecode\ExampleCompiledClassCreator.java
Sending java\framework\web\bytecode\WebCompiledClass.java
Sending java\framework\web\bytecode\WebCompiledElement.java
Transmitting file data ......svn: Commit failed (details follow):

d:dev> svn ci -m Bugs java\framework\web\bytecode\ExampleCompiledClassCreator.java
Sending java\framework\web\bytecode\ExampleCompiledClassCreator.java
Transmitting file data .svn: Commit failed (details follow):

There are no details following.

After testing a little bit around, I found the following error message:

d:test> svn add ExampleCompiledClassCreator.java
svn: File 'ExampleCompiledClassCreator.java' has inconsistent newlines
svn: Inconsistent line ending style

It seems to refuse commits with broken lineends.

Two wishes:
- Please provide a good error message (with filename).
- Maybe an option/switch to autoconvert the lineendings.


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