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Re: 'svn blame' line endings under Windows

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-11-01 14:43:41 CET

On 1-Nov-05, at 4:23 AM, Olly Stephens wrote:

> I've done some quick tests using version 1.2.3
> When using 'svn blame' under Windows, the resultant annotated file
> always has UNIX line endings, regardless of the line style associated
> with the file.
> Anyone seen the same problem?

svn blame on my Win XP box does the same thing when redirected to a

> However, I am of the opinion that because svn blame generates
> line-oriented output, it might be better if it always forced native
> line
> endings, rather than follow the file's properties.

I agree.

> So the bug (if it is a bug) is only present on Windows (and, I assume,
> MacOS)

Mac OS X, being based on BSD Unix, uses LF line endings like other
unix. The CR line endings were a Mac OS 9 and earlier thing I guess.



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