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Re: PLEASE HELP...Merging files with a changed property

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-06-16 21:46:10 CEST

Jean-Luc Wasmer <jl+subversion@lists.wasmer.ca> writes:
> I'm rephrasing my problem since I didn't get any answer to my original post.
> When I merge two branches which only difference is the value of the
> svn:eol-style property for a couple of files, I get a working copy
> that I can't commit: Subversion shows the 'U' flag during the merge
> but a "svn status" on the working copy returns nothing (no
> modification) and "svn propget svn:eol-style" on the specific files
> returns the old value.
> Am I doing something wrong here?
> (I use Subversion 1.2)

Heh, I'll bet I know what's happening. The client "normalizes" the
values of certain svn: properties. For example, one person might set

   svn:eol-style ==> "NATIVE"

And another might set it to:

   svn:eol-style ==> "Native"

And a third might set it to:

   svn:eol-style ==> "native"

Subversion normalizes them all to the third way, I think: "native".
Similar things happen with a few other properties.

Could that be what's going on here? Can you inspect the relevant
revisions of the properties to see?


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