> However, the behavior you are seeing is definitely not the
> intended purpose so I'd be interested in figuring out what
> the problem is and I think "working around" it would be the
> wrong approach.
I agree, but at some point we may have to brute-force resolve the
problem as it's causing issues with the acceptance of SVN.
> I don't see how this can be a problem with
> the vss2svn program but if it is we need to fix that
> (although perhaps the new auto-props feature in that script
> would have helped in your case).
Actually, I checked again with the guy who did the conversion which
script he used and he went with svnimporter from polarion. I have no
idea if this makes a difference.
> 1. Check out a WC with files where svn:eol-style is native.
> 2. Examine the file and its copy in .svn/text base with a hex
> editor to make sure they both have the expected line ending.
At this point, they both show as CRLF eol (on a Windows client), as
> 3. Make a change to the WC file as usual.
> 4. Run "svn diff" and confirm that you are seeing the
> "incorrect" behavior that every line is changed.
> 5. If it is showing that every line has changed as you
> describe, then again examine the WC file and its copy in
> .svn/text-base using a hex editor. One of the two has to have
> had its line endings changed.
Nope. They both have CRLF endings still.
Are you right to expect that the .svn/text-base version should have
CRLF eol though? In the files that have been edited and are now behaving
correctly, the text-base versions have LF eols. My theory was that this
is as should be, because SVN uses LF eols internally and svn diff
expects this and converts the file for comparison because of the native
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