> How should I fix this? Is there any way to get SVN to convert all the
> files internally, or preferably to ignore eol issues when doing diffs?
Okay, no takers. Perhaps a more specific question will help. 1.4 adds
the "-x --ignore-eol-style" to svn diff, which then handles these eol
changes in the way that suits us. Is there any way to configure svn to
always use this option and to extend it to merges?
Alternatively, does anyone know of an external diff/merge tool that can
ignore eol changes and can be used as an external tool via the diff-cmd
and diff3-cmd configuration options? I've tried using kdiff3 in this way
and it doesn't seem to play nicely with svn's expectation of return
values for conflicts.
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