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Re: Default line ending property

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-03-10 16:01:30 CET

Frank Ronny Larsen <frank@obexcode.com> writes:

> Hi list,
> We've set up a Subversion repository at our company and have run into
> a rather annoying problem. We work on different systems which results
> in files getting a mixture of line endings.
> This can of course be solved by setting svn:eol-style to native on
> each file, but this is cumbersome and easy to forget for new files. Is
> there any way to make this setting global for the repository, so new
> files also gets this behaviour?

At the repository level, no. But you could have all your developers
set up the same collection of auto-props in their ~/.subversion/config

Additionally, you can write a pre-commit hook which (perhaps using the
python bindings) verifies that each newly added file that matches a
particular set of patterns (*.c, *.h, etc.) also has the svn:eol-style
set, and if not, errors out.

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Received on Wed Mar 10 16:02:46 2004

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