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Re: How to remove all the svn:eol-style native from the repository?

From: Travis P <svn_at_castle.fastmail.fm>
Date: 2006-10-10 16:56:47 CEST

I've lost track who wrote: :-)
> My editor used to default to CR-LF style text files, and that
> caused occasional problems for the Unix users when I committed the
> wrong EOLs, but I've got it set to use Unix style all the time now,
> and it's just an easier way to live.
[followed by some discussion of the implications about that]

I've also found removing all svn:eol-style properties to be of great
worth: it speeds up WC access dramatically (where most WCs are on
AFS volumes and most access is on Un*x, including MacOS X, systems).

If you can identify the 'text' files, then you can avoid the
repository becoming non-uniform by adding a pre-commit hook that will
flag and prevent any commit of a text-file with anything but Unix-
style LF-only EOLs.

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