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Re: Binary Files

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2004-07-06 09:12:42 CEST

Thanks a lot for the insight, Delbert. It was with .37/1.0.1 indeed. I
had posted it without any reply, so I booked it under the several
issues I either ignore or circumvent by avoiding the respective

Since we are under Windows setting the eol style was just a
precaution for the tiny chance of adding a Linux client/server some
day. Good to know it works now. Though Homesite has settings
for PC/Mac/*nix style eol and SciTE handles these anyway (doing
HTML stuff here).

Else I have set mime auto-props for about every file type here, that
way there should be no trouble with eol style.

Best regards

Jan Hendrik

Concerning Re: Binary Files
Delbert D. Franz wrote on 1 Jul 2004, 10:05, at least in part:

> I work in a mixed environment: server is on Linux, one user on
> Linux, remaining users on Windows. I use eol-style native
> on every client and it works fine now but did not on versions
> much before 1.0 or 1.0.1. I had the same experience as noted
> here-every file on Windows got flagged as modified-even if the
> file had never been touched.
> I have everything on 1.0.4 . I regularly use the repository from both
> Linux and MS Windows clients and the line endings are changed
> correctly AND the files are not shown as changed. However, this is
> with text files-I currently avoid placing binary files in the
> repository. However, once in a while one gets overlooked and added
> and it is OK if the internal Subversion detection code classes it as
> binary. If not, the file is trashed as would be expected. A mime-type
> setting might make it work-have not had the need yet but may in the
> future.
> Delbert Franz
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