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Re: Error Message : Inconsistent line Endings

From: Delbert D. Franz <iqdotdt_at_sonic.net>
Date: 2005-01-27 18:27:30 CET

I had some problems like this with an early version of Subversion
(pre 1.0) when my server was on Linux and I was supporting
clients on both MS Windows and Linux. Two factors were involved:

1. I had failed to set eol-style:native in the config file
for all the clients. I understand there is a hook script
possible to handle this on the server but I have not yet
sought to understand hook scripts.

2. There was a subtle bug in the Windows version of Subversion
(remember much before 1.0) that would result in a change
in line endings of a working copy when certain ordinary
operations (such as a moving the working copy from
one drive to another by burning a CD of it).
That bug has been fixed.

Check the version of Subversion you are using and if it is
not near to the latest, update your software. Otherwise
all I can suggest is to make sure that and eol-style settings
in client-side config files are set to what you want.

I hope this helps-I'm still somewhat low on the learning
curve myself.
                          Delbert

On Tuesday 25 January 2005 08:15 am, Miguel COSTA wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have a big problem.
>
> When i do an update on a folder synchronised with a subversion server, i
> have an error message :
>
> Inconsistent line-endings in source stream.
>
> I use Tortoise, and svn command line. It's the same problem.
>
> A svn status on the file says me that the file is modified.
> After a svn diff, all line endings are strong.
>
> What's happen ??
>
> Thank's for all,
>
> Miguel COSTA
>
> PS : sorry my bad English :)
>
>
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