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RE: Question about "commit" not committing everything

From: Lbbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-06-12 10:04:58 CEST

Hi Lasse,

You wrote:

> 1. Add the line-ending setting and accept that TSVN will sometimes
> report a successful commit when it has only committed some of the

As others already said, there seems to be a bug in the underlying SVN
libraries, which leads to this behaviour. You should fix the inconsistent
newlines in your working copy after adding and before committing the file.

> 2. Not add the line-ending, and accept that some files have
> inconsistent line endings

This may lead to diff&merge programs failing on the file.

> how can
> I detect that I even have the problem if TSVN will sometimes just bail
> out and look happy as a pig about it?

Fix the files before committing. TortoiseSVN complains about the
inconsistent newlines the moment you add the files.

Cheers
-Lbbe

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