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Re: Strange problem with archive/extraction of working copy

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2004-02-23 21:07:36 CET

"Delbert D. Franz" <ddf@sonic.net> writes:

> Thanks for your response. It seems that the behavior
> in question is currently shrouded in a bit of mystery.
> I did some more testing on my system. Moved my test case
> to Linux, I run W2K under Vmware on Linux, so that was easy.
> The repository is on a Linux box already.
> 1. Created a test dir on Linux that matches the one on W2K
> but with the correct line endings for Linux.
> 2. Used svn import to create a new test case: testsvn2 on
> the server. Checked the db strings, and yes, they only have a LF as
> line endings. This differs from the result when importing from W2K
> where the db strings have a CRLF as the eol signal! This is not the
> expected result.

Yes, there is a very obvious bug in the auto-props/import code.
Importing files with non-LF line endings won't produce the right
result if svn:eol-style is set. This is a general problem, not
Windows specific. I have raised issue 1756.

Philip Martin
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Received on Mon Feb 23 21:07:28 2004

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