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Re: TSVN Diff asserts working base to be empty

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-12 21:46:05 CEST

On 7/12/07, Ulf Zibis <Ulf.Zibis@cosoco.de> wrote:
> I have the file "TestData.java" in my NetBeans project.
> - Doing svn-diff from Netbeans returns in 'no difference between working
> copy and repository'.
> - In the Windows Explorer this file (and the whole folder) are marked
> red with white "!"
> - DoingTortoise-diff from Windows Explorer, working base is asserted to
> be empty. See attachment.
> - opening "TestData.java" from the Tortoise repository browser shows the
> file with the same content than the working copy
> --> so it can't be empty, but I don't find out, how to get a green
> badge in the Windows Explorer for this and the other files.

Looks like Netbeans is changing the EOL markers, which Subversion sees
as a change to every line in the file.

If you run svn diff on the file from the command line, see if it
indicates that every line has changed.

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Received on Thu Jul 12 21:45:27 2007

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