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Re: Error Message : Inconsistent line Endings

From: Ed Hillmann <edhillmann_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-01-30 23:14:23 CET

Hi Miguel. I think I'm having a similar problem,
although I haven't gotten around it yet. I'll tell
you what I've done to get it, to see if you think it

I've got existing code in a CVS Repository on a Linux
box. I've used the cvs2svn tools to move my trunk
into a new SVN Repository on Linux (1.1.3). Part of
what I have committed to revision control are third
party tools (like Ant).

When I checked out my files, I found that the JAR
files in my Ant files were corrupt, and I could no
longer build. I copied my last know good copy (from
the old CVS checkout) and attempted to commit the
changes. I got the inconsistent line endings error
for a JAR file. I thought this was odd, but it fits
it with the other response about the mime-type not
being set correctly.

I then tried to update everything again on Linux, but
received the same problem.

Right now, I can only assume that the cvs2svn utility
did not set these properties correctly. I'm going to
try and start again, but instead of using the cvs2svn
utility, I'll export from CVS and import into SVN.
I'm hoping that will initialize the properties
correctly (I snooped into the source briefly and saw
that it does try to deterimine the mime-type as it's
being loaded).

I'll let you know how I go.

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