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Re: How do I get Subversion to notice my changes?

From: Ralf Schuchardt <ralf_at_cxberlin.de>
Date: 2007-03-22 03:16:30 CET

Am 22.03.2007 um 00:27 schrieb Ryan Schmidt:

> I suspect the reason why the file was corrupted in the first place
> is because you have asked Subversion to do either keyword
> substitution or line-ending translation on the binary file.

Thanks for your answer, Ryan. Yes, this was exactly what caused my

(Now, I didn't do this on purpose (or where even aware of) but had
converted my CVS repository to Subversion. While this was mostly a
painless process, some of the binary files became "corrupted" on the
way. It seems that at least some of those files were binhex encoded
in the CVS repository, and cvs2svn treated them therefore as text -
with line-endings.)


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