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

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-19 18:23:41 CEST

M. Reppisch wrote:
> Hi,
> 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".

The default is *not* native for svn:eol-style. The default is *not set*,
which means the eol's used in a file are preserved, even if you have a
file which has mixed eol's in it.

Try setting svn:eol-style to native.


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