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Re: multi platform using of subversion

From: Christopher Baus <chris_baus_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-01-15 00:04:34 CET

> For a working copy, it is possible to share between
> two operating
> systems, as long as you're careful with
> line-endings. Subversion can
> convert text files in your working copy to the
> correct format for your
> operating system, but you should not use this
> feature if you're sharing
> a working copy between operating systems with
> different formats (e.g.
> Unix and Windows).
I have to admit I still don't have a good grip on how
to handle this. For instance if I just untar Doug
Schmidt's ACE library and import it, when I co under
Linux, it won't compile because it fails when patching
a file because of end-line issues.

If anyone has ACE under subversion, I'd like to know
how you've handled this problem.

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