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svn:mime-type & svn:eol-style properties

From: Lev Serebryakov <lev_at_serebryakov.spb.ru>
Date: 2003-10-30 07:47:22 CET

Hello, Subversion! How are you?

  Could somebody explain me using of these properties?
  SVN Book says about svn:mime-type determine, is file text or binary
  and it is used for conflicts resolution (merging).

  svn:eol-style determine will be EOL type changed on
  checkouts/checkins or not, and files always stored with LF-style
  eols.

  But nothing is sayed about these things:

  (a) If here is NO scn::eol-style -- what SVN does? Is it equivalent
      to `native' or something other?

  (b) What I should write to svn:eol-style to say `don't touch
      anything'? It seems, taht nativ/CT/LF/CRLF is not a choice in
      such case.

  (c) If svn:mime-type is any binary value (not text/*), and here is
      no svn:eol-style property, does convert SVN eol-style and store
      LF only?

  (d) If svn:mime-type is any binary value (not text/*) and here IS
      svn:eol-style with value, for example, `native', what SVN will
      do?

--
               Lev Serebryakov
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