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I'm getting "Inconsistent line ending style" and I don't know why.

From: ternto333 <trent.ostler_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2008 13:17:17 -0800 (PST)

I'll have to admit, I did try and merge a file that had been "DOSified". It
naturally resulted in a conflict when the unix version didn't match the new
DOS version. Once I ran dos2unix on the file, the conflict was resolved so I
  svn resolved
Then I ran
  svn commit -m "This is the message".
This all worked fine now and I was going merge the revisions using
  svnmerge merge -r "1846-1850,1852-1853"
which worked and it produced a svnmerge-commit-message.txt. I then used that
file to commit by using
  svn commit -F svnmerge-commit-message.txt
This did not work. It gave the following error:
  svn: Commit failed [details follow]:
  svn: Inconsistent line ending style.
However, most of the examples that I have seen with this problem have
inconsistencies in the file. Mine is a pure and clean unix version with no
windows new lines or anything. I can't see why it is complaining about the
line ending inconsistencies. Did I forget to do something? Is there any way
to temporarily override this syntax requirement?

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