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Re: Interpretation of SVN MIME type property

From: Andreas Keil <rien_at_nurfuerspam.de>
Date: 2005-09-22 12:21:59 CEST


>> You mean that line endings are never touched when committing a file?
>> (Well,
>> if the docs are correct, at least for svn:eol-style=native this isn't
>> true).
> Setting svn:eol-style is a request to make svn take care of the line
> endings. If you don't set svn:eol-style, it won't modify the contents.


>> And what about files (without the svn:eol-style property) which SVN
>> supposes
>> to contain text? Are they stored in a normalized format (with LF only as
>> EOL
>> markers) or are they stored "as is", meaning a text file could have mixed
>> EOL markers in the repository?
> They are stored asis.

OK, then a new value for svn:eol-style isn't necessary, you're right. Thanks
for the clearification.

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