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same eol style for all text files

From: T E Schmitz <mailreg_at_numerixtechnology.de>
Date: 2005-08-01 18:03:09 CEST

This topic has been discussed umpteen times and I am sure you're fed up
with it.

I've looked through previous postings and it would seem to me that the
following cannot be achieved:

In a project with mixed Windows + Unix users, all text files are to be
stored in LF format. The text files are not necessarily recognizable by
their extensions - some files just don't have an extension.
I tried setting the eol-style for all file types (*) in the config file
but that causes svn add to abort on the first binary it encounters.

I noticed, some people tried to tackle this problem on the server side
with post- or pre-commit hooks but as far as I understand that would
have undesirable side-effects.
Basically, I want to make sure that no-one can commit anything but
eol-style LF.

If anyone has come up with a solution I'd be interested to hear about it.

Best Regards,
Tarlika Elisabeth Schmitz
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Received on Mon Aug 1 18:05:18 2005

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