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Re: Inconsistent line ending style terminates add without message

From: johnea <me_at_johnea.net>
Date: Sun, 18 Oct 2009 09:13:07 -0700

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Regarding the files being omitted from the add, does anyone know if
this is the expected behavior of svn add, or am I doing something
wrong here?

Thank you very much for your time and consideration...


On 10/17/09 14:14, johnea wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I am finding that when I do an "svn add" on a source tree with numerous
> sub-directories, that if there is a "Inconsistent line ending style"
> error on a file, the directory containing that file, and all the other
> files in that directory, are not added.
> There is no indication of this condition presented to the user and the
> offending directory is silently dropped from the add operation.
> This leads to directories buried in the source tree not being included
> in the repository, with no obvious way to even find what was omitted.
> Is this behavior expected?
> Thank You!
> johnea
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