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Committing HTML files gives 'inconsistent newlines' error

From: Vivek Payala <vivek_payala_at_persistent.co.in>
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2008 19:11:45 +0530



While committing the locally updated javadocs to the SVN repository using
TortoiseSVN, I am facing the following error,


Error: Commit failed (details follow):

Error: File 'F:\svn_roots\clientapi\doc\apidoc\index-all.html' has
inconsistent newlines

Error: Inconsistent line ending style


We use Eclipse as the editor. And the files on which the error is coming are
HTML files. As they are java docs it gets updated after every build, and we
then need to check it in SVN. If I remove the svn:eol style property which
is currently set to 'native' on these HTML files, the commit goes through.
Is removing this property a solution to it?


Please help me in identifying and fixing the problem.





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