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Annoying svn:eol-style=CRLF behaviour

From: Ansis Svaža <Ansis.Svaza_at_fms.lv>
Date: 2007-08-16 12:39:06 CEST

Hello, All!

I have SVN repository migrated from PVCS (v5.3) in two steps - first to RCS and then to SVN. As side effect of such migration (thanks to RCS) I have got LF line-endings for all text files in repository. Workaround for this is to add correct eol-style for all text files. So far everything is OK.

I do checkout and change just modification time of file and SVN indicates that whole file is changed and it is not correct! After first commit problem goes away. Despite whole file content replace, blame shows all history correct.

More annoying thing is when I have changed timestamp of file and do update to get latest changes from repository. Result of such update is conflict on changed code lines. Conflict edit tool does not show any conflict.

Is there any solution except recommit all files with changed timestamp? Repository is quite a large and I am not happy about such commit.


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Received on Thu Aug 16 12:37:05 2007

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