Hi and thank you!
Under the file properties, Subversion tab, Properties I only see the property I added (svn:eol-style) and in some cases svn:executable (removing it doesn't fix the problem), nothing else.
When I added the property the files were considered modified but opening them with a file editor that shows the line terminations (it's a lot faster than using the VB6 IDE) still still only shows a LF.
Thank you and have a nice day!
> On 10.01.2013 21:47, Nicolas Riendeau wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I have to modify a very old VB6 program the company I work for use
> > and I am having trouble with the line terminations.
> > When I do a checkout using Tortoise the files I get have Unix-style
> > line terminations (ie LF only) which (MS) VB6 cannot deal with (it's
> > expecting to see CR + LF).
> > I have tried enabling auto-props and setting the svn:eol-style to
> > CRLF in Tortoise's config file or setting the svn:eol-style for the
> > existing file to CRLF but the files I checkout OR the ones already
> > checked out if I change the property on a per file basis still have
> > only a LF.
> > How can I fix this?
> The svn:eol-style property only works on files that have either no
> svn:mime-type property set or the property is set to a text mime-type.
> I suspect your VB files have the property set to
> 'application/octet-stream' instead for some reason.
> But: if the mime-type is set to a non-text format, you have to find out
> first why before you remove or change it.
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