On Jan 9, 2010, at 2:19 PM, Stu Redman wrote:
> Stu Redman wrote:
> (Sigh, that's why I don't like mailing lists. No idea why this is bundled with the other issue now.)
> I should point out I'm not sharing a working copy. I ignore the .svn
> dirs at replicate, so the result is not a wc any more.
> Responses like "any decent text editor or tool should" are not helpful,
> guys. I develop and test on Windows, then replicate to Linux to test
> there, and got no suggestion how to do this in a better way. The problem
> are not Linux editors, but other tools (msgmerge, automake, bash, awk)
> that behave in the "we are Linux and who cares about Windows" way. I
> can't change these tools. What is your intention? Are you trying to tell
> me I better stop using TSVN and go for a Linux SVN client?
> I take it there is no option to set the "native" mode at the moment, but
> I believe I have a valid use case and it would be a very little thing to
As Andy Levy has already suggested, if you need the files to have LF endings, eol-style should be LF, not native. It seems strange to want a new setting to treat "native" as "LF" when a setting to get LFs already exists.
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