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Re: Line endings

From: John Emmas <johne53_at_tiscali.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2011 09:31:26 +0100

On 27 Jun 2011, at 09:13, Simon Large wrote:

> I'm not sure that the line ending is changed on existing files in your
> WC. If that property is already set in the repository copy, what
> happens if you delete the local copy of the file and then update to
> force a fresh copy to be created?

Unfortunately, I've made changes to many of the affected files so I can't test that until I can check in the changes (not for a few days at least). However, I'll bear that in mind Simon.

Having said that, my recollection is that it does update files in my local copy. It certainly produces some output which makes it look like that's happening - and it correctly identifies files which aren't under SVN control and leaves them alone. I also remember (from about a month ago) having problems with some files that were being detected as "locked" and I needed to do a cleanup before I could get those ones to work - but they did work in the end. I'm still inclining towards the view that these files are somehow being detected as binary files.



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