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Re: Re: Determining TrotoiseSVN version from a script.

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-06 18:33:47 CEST

On 8/6/07, Bob Cunningham <bcunningham@sandel.com> wrote:
> Cygwin has full access to Windows file systems, and can launch any Windows executable. I frequently do this manually under Bash, or automatically via any of a multitude of Cygwin tools (there are hundreds of them).

That doesn't change the fact that the Cygwin version of Subversion
behaves more like the *NIX clients than the official Win32 CLI client.
Try this very simple test:

Add a plain-text file to a repository.
Set the svn:eol-style property to "native"
Check out one copy using the Cygwin client, and another using a native
Win32 client (CLI or TSVN)
Open each copy of the file. Note that the EOL markers are different.

> (I apologize for top-posting: I'm stuck using Outlook, which doesn't do proper quoting. Arrgh.)

And you're not able to, at the least, put the cursor at the bottom of
the email you're replying to before you start typing? Or maybe try
http://home.in.tum.de/~jain/software/outlook-quotefix/ ?

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Received on Mon Aug 6 18:31:57 2007

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