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Re: End of line characters issue for Win32 and Linux baselines

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2004_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-01-10 21:02:42 CET

On 10.01.2005, at 17:29, myaconis@nycap.rr.com wrote:

> I have a subversion server set up such that I check out files on a
> linux machine and on a windows machine. I'm running into issues with
> line breaks and carriage returns. If I change something on windows
> then the whole file shows up as a difference because of the end of
> line characters. Is there any way of "ignoring whitespace" such as
> this so the end of line characters remain consistent?

Wouldn't it be better to decide on a line ending style to be used for
the project, and stick to it on all platforms? for example, instruct
your Windows text editor to use Unix linefeeds?

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Received on Mon Jan 10 21:05:25 2005

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