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Re: Fwd: svn cat and eol-style

From: Brock Janiczak <brockj_eclipse_at_ihug.com.au>
Date: 2004-07-14 04:25:39 CEST

Thank you for the offer, but it only seems to be a problem when the
server is different to the clients.
In your case the server is saving internally in CR/LF format so even if
the SVN libraries aren't converting the EOL characters it will still work :)
SVN always converts into the format that is native to the server when
storing changes (or so the manual says). It converts to what the client
is expecting on the way out.

I am going to see what the SVN command line client does when the tigris
SVN server is back up (even if my C is really rusty).


Mark Phippard wrote:

>I am developing exclusively on Windows from Eclipse with an HTTP repository
>(also on Windows). I have not done anything explicit in regards to
>svn:eol, just whatever the defaults are. Since all of my clients are
>Windows, my assumption was that files would all have CRLF by default since
>svn will not touch the line endings unless you tell it.
>Anyway, is there anything specific you would like me to test for you? I
>can do it tomorrow AM.
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Received on Wed Jul 14 12:25:39 2004

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