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Re: patch bug report WAS problems applying patches created by tortoiseSVN in linux

From: Demian Turner <demian_at_phpkitchen.com>
Date: 2005-12-01 15:10:50 CET

Hi Simon

> That suggests that you haven't set up svn:eol-style = native. If you are
> working in a mixed Windows/linux environment that is highly recommended.
> That way Windows users always see CR-LF endings and linux users always
> see LF endings. It avoids ending up with mixed line endings which can
> cause lots of problems.

I do in fact have the svn:eol-style setup in my subversion config.

> > Running dos2unix on the *repo* file before applying the the
> > TortoiseSVN patch eliminates the problem. Needless to say an svn
> > patch created in linux doesn't need this workaround.
> I think you mean running dos2unix on your WC file which reflects HEAD in
> the repo.

Sounds similar to what I stated above, however I don't know what 'WC' stands
for. By repo i mean the checked out version of the file (that's in my local
repo) that reflects trunk.



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