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eol settings

From: Peter Kahn <citizenkahn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-22 17:29:29 CEST

In cvs it seems that the eol handling rules are that all files have
eol-native unless the user check's them in with a commandline option
to tell the system that it shouldn't be translated.

In svn it seems that default eol handling is that all files are not
translated unless the individual clients set the svn:eol-style
properties to native.

CVS - default, translate eol
SVN - default, do not translate eol

What was the rational for the change?

Is it that most modern editors and tools seem to handle other-OSes eol
and practice respect for a file's eol style (in an DOS eol file the
editor puts DOS eols not unix)?

Peter Kahn
citizenkahn@jabber80.com, pkahnpie1@AIM, skype: citizenkahn
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