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EOL marker handling was RE: converting from SVN to CVS

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 13:15:33 -0500

> This means that by default, Subversion doesn't pay any attention to
> the type of end-of-line (EOL) markers used in your files.

Are you are correct. I mis-took it to understand that eol-style:native
was the default for all text files. But, I guess that is not correct. By
default it doesn't do anything with EOL markers.

> What I'd really like to see is Subversion act if all text files have
> svn:eol-style:native on by default, and either refuse to commit files
> with mixed EOLs (as it does now) or fix them.

It seems that you can get it to do this using enable-auto-props.
However, it appears that this is [may be?] a client side config option.
I'm not to sure though. The book isn't clear if the settings are client
or server side. But, from reading it, it seems to be a server side

Perhaps someone on the list can clarify.



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