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Re: CR->LF conversion with commit hooks?

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-17 10:02:08 CEST

"Hamilton Link" wrote
> Why is this important to me? Well, certain Mac OS X applications
> default to using CR as an end-of-line marker, but most of the unix
> underpinnings in Mac OS X can't really cope, and I _really_ don't want
> files of both flavors floating around the repository. I'd like to stamp
> out the CR files, but I'd rather people not have to constantly remember
> to run little conversion utilities before they add or commit files into
> the repository, and I'd *really* like commits to not be rejected due to
> easily-detected, easily-fixed trivium, or it will be a major barrier to
> use.

You are aware of the svn:eol-style property which can sort out line endings
for you? eol-style native will store text files with plain LF endings and
update clients in their preferred native format.


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