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Re: auto-prop setting of eol-style on binary file?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-22 00:31:39 CET

On Mar 21, 2007, at 13:15, Kylo Ginsberg wrote:

> I have two sets of tools which both produce (unrelated) files with the
> .lib extension; one tool produces binary .lib files, one produces text
> .lib files. Oh joy. ;>
> I am running subversion 1.4.3. I have autoprops enabled and this
> entry under [auto-props]
> *.lib = svn:eol-style=native
> I then add a binary foo.lib:
>> svn add foo.lib
> svn: File 'foo.lib' has binary mime type property
> Note that it does *not* give me the expected output which would be
> something like:
> A (bin) foo.lib
> Also, note that it exits with an error return code of 1, and that if
> there were multiple files being added it would not get to the rest on
> the command line.
> *But* a svn stat shows that it *has* been added with the
> (binary-appropriate) mime property, and without the svn:eol-style
> setting. (Exactly what I want actually.)
> So from a property setting perspective it has done what I want, but
> from an error code (and finishing the operation) perspective, it has
> not.
> My questions:
> Is there a bug here? If so, is it that it has added the file, or is it
> that it has exited early with an error?
> If there is not a bug here, is this actually the spec'd behavior?
> I.e. can I assume that future releases will behave the same way?

I would say it's this bug:


I would say the bug is that the file was added at all; it should have
printed an error and exited before doing so.

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