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Re: calling dosunix at a newline mismatch

From: thomas dettbarn <dettus_at_dettus.net>
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2008 18:45:07 +0100

> Subversion would not complain about inconsistent line endings unless
> you have set the svn:eol-style property of those files to some value.
> So you must have set svn:eol-style for these files.
yes, i have it set to native.

> In this case, Subversion will be happy to convert a file of wholly one
> line ending style to the correct one, but it will not attempt to
> change a file with multiple types of line endings, which seems to be
> the case for you after you've edited it with your editor.
exactly that is the case.
why wouldn't it change it?

> So the problem is that you are using a text editor that is not obeying
> the line ending style in the files, and the solution is to fix the
> editor. :)
no, the problem is that i am checking out files under linux and edit
them under windows. or vice versa.

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