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Re: Should "svn st" report line-ending changes on files whose svn:eol-style property is set?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-12-13 23:11:44 CET

"Peter N. Lundblad" <peter@famlundblad.se> writes:
> > I'm loathe to report a file as 'M'odified, if Subversion's not going
> > to commit it when you type 'svn ci'. On the other hand, the working
> > file *is* modified.
> I think the current behaviour is logical. I think it is changes to the
> "normalized" file that counts. Same for modifications inside an expanded
> keyword, I think.

I think I agree.

Subversion does the right thing if you don't set the 'svn:eol-style'
property. But if you *do* set it, that's tantamount to asking
Subversion to behave specially in certain operations. Commit is one
of those operations, but (as we see) so is status.

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