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RE: Question about "commit" not committing everything

From: L. Wayne Johnson <wayne_at_zk.com>
Date: 2007-06-11 19:58:20 CEST

>>
>> Ok, now I tried this and what happens now is that the program adds
>> some of the files and then stops with the following error message:
>>
>> Error File '....' has inconsistent newlines
>> Error Inconsistent line ending style
>>
>> What is strange is if I simply retry, it will happily add the
>> offending file now, it's the first one in the log, and then continue
>> adding files until it stops again with another one.
>>
>> Is there something that would make TSVN consider the file invalid in
>> one try and valid the next? Note that I do nothing to the files
>> themselves between attempts.
>>
>> --
>> Lasse Vgsther Karlsen
>> mailto:lasse@vkarlsen.no

There was recently a long discussion on the svn list regarding EOL styles.
If I remember correctly a bug was found during the discussion where
subversion identifies the file has having mixed EOL styles, commits it and
then bails out complaining about the inconsistency.

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