> So an "svn proplist -v <file>" in your working copy shows
> both "svn:eol-style : native" and "svn:mime-type :
The mime-type isn't set, the eol-style is. Seeing as all the operations
outside of this one are working fine and the svn book's statement:
"Unless otherwise noted using a versioned file's svn:mime-type property,
Subversion assumes the file contains human-readable data.", Subversion
seems happy to assume that these files are text seeing as they aren't
set to be anything else. Is this viewpoint wrong?
>I'm not sure I follow what you mean by "branched
> from one of the imported lines".
As I mentioned, the repo was produced by importing from VSS. I am
saying that my test starts by taking a "virgin" imported branch.
> What happens if you do an svn diff without modifying the file at all?
Then no differences are shown.
> Are you sure that your text editor isn't changing the line
> endings also?
Yes, quite sure.
Thanks for your help,
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