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forcing eol-style to be different from native or declare what navive means

From: M. Reppisch <spam_at_reppisch.de>
Date: 2006-09-19 17:54:29 CEST


for some reasons i need to checkout sources on a different machine (W32)
than they will be used later.
Eg: tgz and scp them to a linux box (LF) which itself is not able to
contact the svn.
Maybe the files are then modified on linux (LF) and changes are
backpropagated to the W32 box.
The copying is done binary. Using dtox or recode, or ftp mode=text on
the linux-box is not an option since it touches the file and makes it
"changed" to the repository.
The file-props in svn are default (i think eol-style=native is the
default) which is ok for all other developers who checkout local.
So svn:eol-style should not be changed.
For obvious reasons it woud be nice if i could tell tsvn that "native"
means LF in this special case and not "CRLF".

Any ideas how to do that?


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