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Re: Re: Edit Conflict greyed-out

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 18:17:16 -0400

On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 18:12, Lori Howland
<lori.howland_at_sixsigmasystems.com> wrote:
> Hi BOb,
>>Are you saying svn is adding the invalid
>>mime type to your .sql files when you add
>>them? I can't imagine why. Unless you are
>>using some strange encoding or line ending.
> Yes! The .sql files were generated by creating scripts from a database using SSMS.  It appears that svn:mime-type is assigned during the SVN add.

I have observed that SMSS, when it creates files, does not make them
UTF-8 or ASCII - it's another encoding whose name escapes me at the
moment, but I think it starts with a B (I don't have my Windows
machine handy at the moment to check - open one of these up in
Notepad++ and on one of the menus it'll indicate the encoding). Since
the file can't be identified as Unicode or ASCII, the Subversion
libraries default it to application/octet-stream - the default,
generic binary mime-type.


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