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Re: stubborn archive file won't commit

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-12-15 10:11:53 CET

On Dec 14, 2005, at 15:43, Rob Benton wrote:

> I've got an archive file in my repository (libsomething.a)
> and I check out its parent directory. It turns out the
> archive I have is bad/corrupt and I need to replace it.
> So I get another copy of that archive that I know is good
> and copy it over the one in my working directory. Now the
> timestamp and filesizes are different but svn won't
> acknowledge the difference.
> svn st
> svn diff
> svn ci
> None of those notice the change. How can I get this
> committed and/or what have I done wrong?

Have you inadvertently specified svn:eol-style for this file? Since it's
not a text file, you shouldn't be doing that. Perhaps you have an
auto-props rule set up to add svn:eol-style to all files, even binary
ones? If so, you should fix the rule to only apply svn:eol-style to file
extensions you know to be plain text.

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