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Re: After upgrade to 1.8 format, TSVN shows some files as modified

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2014 12:33:19 +1300

On 27/02/2014 02:45, Quoth David Aldrich:
> I tried killing tsvncache (and I did a reboot) but some files are
> still marked 'modified' even though Diff shows no changes.
> I checked one of the files. svn:eol-style = native and the file has
> 0D, 0A line endings (i.e. Windows). So this all seems correct.

The files might differ only by whitespace or EOL style. This will make
them come up as Modified according to the status icons and Check for
modifications, but you may not see the difference in a diff viewer,
depending on how you have it configured. (It's pretty common to set it
to ignore whitespace and EOL differences, so you can see the "real"
changes more easily.)

In particular if you're using the default Tortoise diff viewer, a
difference only in EOL style will be shown only in the status bar at the
bottom, which can be easy to miss.


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