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RE: "Inconsistent newlines": A clue

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-02-08 19:31:19 CET

-----Original Message-----
From: David Kramer [mailto:david@thekramers.net]

When I do the import, I get that message on some of the files, then it
dies. This is REALLY bad behavior in my eyes, because each try takes over
20 minutes, and I have not found a reliable mechanism for identifying
files it will barf on. I would much rather it warn about that file and
move on. Why does it care anyway?

Well, it *has* to object, because in any file with svn:eol-style set, the
EOL characters in the repository are only symbolic of "end of line". If you
attempt to check in a file that violates this model, it *must* fail. And
since you're doing an import, all the checkins together *must* be atomic.

I'd try using "svn add" and seeing what happens. Or if the problem is
really bad, do "svn add" *without* svn:eol-style, then propset it on one
file at a time, then check in the directories and files one at a time


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