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Re: Question about "commit" not committing everything

From: Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen <lasse_at_vkarlsen.no>
Date: 2007-06-12 09:52:22 CEST

On 6/12/07, Lübbe Onken <l.onken@rac.de> wrote:
> Hi Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen,
>
> You wrote:
> > Removing the setting "svn:eol-style=native" from all my extensions did
> > indeed fix the problem, however if I may, I still think there is a
> > bug here.
>
> That doesn't solve the problem with the inconsistency. It only stops
> reporting them :) It's a bit like turning your cars radio louder so that you
> don't hear the strange grinding noise from the engine. I'd recommend to set
> the "svn:eol-style=native" and fix it before committing.

What specific problem would that be?

If I have two choices:

1. Add the line-ending setting and accept that TSVN will sometimes
report a successful commit when it has only committed some of the
files
and 2. Not add the line-ending, and accept that some files have
inconsistent line endings

The nothing that anyone has told me talks in favor of choosing choice
#1 here. What specific problems will I have with choice #2 and 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?

-- 
Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen
mailto:lasse@vkarlsen.no
Received on Tue Jun 12 10:41:32 2007

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