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Re: Question about "commit" not committing everything

From: Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen <lasse_at_vkarlsen.no>
Date: 2007-06-11 20:05:57 CEST

On 6/11/07, L. Wayne Johnson <wayne@zk.com> wrote:
> 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.

Ok, just to make my point clear, I do not consider the fact that me
specifying a specific line ending for TVSN and then TVSN subsequently
bails out when it finds a file that is inconsistent with that setting
to be a bug. However, that:

a) "Add..." seems to consider a file invalid in one attempt, and valid
in another
and b) "Commit" seems to bail out on the same file but doesn't
actually report any problems, just says "Completed At revision: x"

Both of these I consider to be some kind of bug. However, I have
removed the offending setting from my config file for now and would
just like to know if someone knows about some problems I might
encounter because of it.

The files I want to check in is produced by Visual Studio 2005, and
due to the quirky nature of VS, different file types might differ in
encoding and thus in their representation that might confuse a tool
about line endings.

Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen
Received on Mon Jun 11 20:06:02 2007

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