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^M characters in checkedin files

From: Pankaj Chawla <pankaj_at_cadence.com>
Date: Wed, 28 May 2008 08:44:25 +0530


I have a SVN server working on Windows XP with the repository also
on the same machine. The repository is accessed from both Windows
and Linux machines using TortoiseSVN on windows and svn commandline
on linux. The problem is that when files are checked-in from
windows and later checkedout on linux I see ^M characters on linux.
The reason is because of the \r\n and \n difference between the
two platforms. My question is, is there a way to setup svn to take
care of this automatically. Clearcase has a interoperatibility option
that takes care of this problem. Is there something similar in SVN.


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