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Enforcing Line Ending on the Server

From: Curtis Spencer <thorin_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-07-26 01:28:27 CEST

After doing some reading about the line endings issue, it seems like
the solution involves changing the client side config in
$HOME/.subversion/config to contain svn:eol-style entries for all the
files. However, this seems cumbersome in that I would have to teach
every new developer coming onto my project about this convention. Is
there a way to ensure that the server will take care of this,
realizing that a windows client is connecting and switching the EOL to
CRLF and likewise doing the same for a UNIX client. If not, it seems
one new windows user could wreak havoc on the line endings if they
just begin using the repository.
Any ideas?


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Received on Mon Jul 26 01:28:46 2004

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