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Problem related to SVN:externals & mime-type

From: Dupaquis, Vincent <Vincent.DUPAQUIS_at_atmel.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 16:17:09 +0200


        I've just found a weird problem related to svn:externals.

        I have a directory which has a svn:externals property, setup in
        such way it directly points to .pdf files.

        For instance :
                http://mysvn_server/reps/MyRepo/trunk/document/mydoc1.pdf Mydoc1.pdf http://mysvn_server/reps/MyRepo/trunk/document/mydoc2.pdf Mydoc2.pdf

        Both .pdf fies are commited to the repository and are accessible, by the way
        when I update the directory containing the svn:externals property, I only get one
        of the 2 pdf files.

        My svn client complains about a weird issue related to end-of-line which is not
        recognised (the message in french says "Erreur: Style de fin de ligne non reconnu"
        ("Error : end of line style not recognised"). I've tried with both svn turtoise and the
        command line "svn up .", same result.

        After checking everything, I could spot a difference between the two files :
        the mime-type is set on the "faulty" file to application/pdf, while the second one
        (the one the tool can bet correctly), there is no such property set.

        The svn client version I use is 1.6.5 (r38866), the server is an old 1.4.2 (r22196).

        Would you have any idear ?
Received on 2010-06-25 20:11:00 CEST

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