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Re: Question about svn:eol-style prop

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-27 19:35:36 CEST

On Apr 27, 2005, at 11:50 AM, Carl Youngblood wrote:

> I'm a little confused about when the svn:eol-style prop takes effect.
> I added svn:eol-style=native for a number of file types in my svn
> config file, but I noticed that a repository that I had already
> created continued to be checked out with CRLF (it was imported on a
> windows machine and the eol prop had not been set). So I'm wondering
> if the svn:eol-style only affects how a file gets stored in the
> repository when imported and not how it gets checked out. If this is
> the case, I'm wondering how this helps at all.

svn:eol-style takes effect when you 'svn commit' the property change.

When 'svn:eol-style=native' is in effect,

   * the file is stored in the repository with LF line-endings forever
   * the clients automatically convert from LF to 'native' in working

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