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Re: svn blame miscategorizing a file as binary

From: Refael Ackermann <mose_at_netvision.net.il>
Date: 2004-10-06 22:51:03 CEST

Any chance they have a BOM?

At 20:49 06/10/2004, Archie Cobbs wrote:
>I'm having problems with "svn blame" in svn 1.0.4 and didn't see any
>relevant bugs in the DB describing this problem, so I've come here...
>The problem is that "svn blame" is declaring a file "binary" - and
>refusing to produce any output - even when it's really not:
> $ svn st generic-build.xml
> $ svn blame generic-build.xml
> Skipping binary file: 'generic-build.xml'
> $ svn proplist -v generic-build.xml
> Properties on 'generic-build.xml':
> svn:mime-type : text/xml
> $ svn cat generic-build.xml | grep -q '[^[:print:]]' || echo no
> nonprinting characters found
> no nonprinting characters found
>Why does svn blame think this is a binary file??
>FYI the file is not locally modified at all in the above example.
>Archie Cobbs * CTO, Awarix * http://www.awarix.com
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