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cvs2svn and eol style

From: Nicklas Norling <nicklas.norling_at_ifsab.se>
Date: 2004-03-22 14:28:28 CET

Hi all.

I have a cvs repo filled with code developed with VS .NET on windows
plattforms.
We use only windows as development platform.
I use the latest rpm for cvs2svn and subversion (1.0.1) and convert a cvs
backup
to a subversion file that I later "svnadmin load" into my newly created svn
repo.

As it turns out all the source code, and any other text file, has unix line
endings.

After searching in the mail archives and reading the svn book it is still
foggy to me
how this is supposed to work.

Do I have to do anything special during the conversion or why do windows
platforms
get the wrong line endings after the migration?

Both cvs and subversion are housed on the same linux server.

/Nicke
Received on Mon Mar 22 14:30:04 2004

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