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Fixing mixed svn:eol-style

From: Joe <svn_at_freedomcircle.net>
Date: 2005-03-15 03:19:13 CET

I imported about 500 files from a Unix tar file (that had LF as EOL markers)
into a Windows 1.1.3 repository (which has other files in it, originally
imported with CRLF markers). When I check out the files (on Windows), their
fileformats are "unix" and of course changing them to "dos" in the WC results in
diffs. It seems as if the fact that the original files had LF markers has been
implicitly maintained by Subversion, presumably because the default
svn:eol-style 'native' was in effect when I did the import and the imported
files did not comport to the native (CRLF) style.

Is there some away around the problem now, other than backing the import out?


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