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Re: Using FAT32 from Linux

From: Ross Boylan <RossBoylan_at_stanfordalumni.org>
Date: 2004-07-26 03:48:09 CEST

On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 09:10:40AM +1000, Chris Jensen wrote:
> Hi Ross,
> >I can live with the files having Linux line endings when I switch into
> >Windows.
> I haven't tried this, and I don't know much about subversion internal so
> I could be way of base, but perhaps you should check how svn is going to
> deal with line endings when commiting. With native EOL I would guess
> that it coverts the EOL's both on commit and checkout - but if you're on
> Windows, checking in something that was checked out on linux, then will
> the EOL's get coverted properly/at all?

Unless I make a special effort, svn will just leave the files as is.
If I touch them in Windows it will be to edit them with emacs, and I
believe that notes the line end conventions and preserves them. I
should probably double check that, because otherwise I'll get lots of
spurious differences.

The other factor that might confuse things is that, even if I have
Windows EOL's, I'll be doing svn from Linux.

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