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Re: Corrupted dos files for our PLS controllers

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-10 06:48:20 CET

On Mar 9, 2007, at 05:00, Jensen, Søren wrote:

> We have currently installed Subversion 14.3 on a Apache server
> 2.059 and it seems to work alle just fine - until - we tried to
> edit in a locked (read only as default) dos file for our PLC
> controllers. After having them commited in and out of the
> repository, som of the files are corrupted i.e. lines and
> charachters are corrupted.
> Is this because of the dos version of the files?

Can you provide more information? Can you show a series of commands,
beginning with the creation of an empty repository, and ending with
the files being corrupted? Can you define what you mean by corrupted?

Wild guess: Are you setting the svn:eol-style property on these
files? If so, by doing so, you have instructed Subversion to modify
line endings. In some contexts, especially for most binary (i.e. non-
text) files, this might be called "corruption." If this is the case,
your solution will be to not set svn:eol-style on those files. If the
files are already corrupted by this line ending conversion, you may
need to replace the files from non-corrupted copies, as it may not be
possible to reliably uncorrupt them.

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