Fri, 22 Apr 2011 15:29:04 +0300, /Daniel Shahaf/:
> Stanimir Stamenkov wrote on Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 14:36:53 +0300:
>> Is anyone aware of repository dump filter  which corrects the EOL
> Not me, but sounds like a one-off patch (to the "Create a new file"
> logics of 'load' or 'svnsync') could do this pretty easily.
> (Insert here quote about, given a hammer, viewing every problem as a nail.)
> As you may know: if a file has uniform line endings, svn canonicalizes
> them when the property is set. (though I don't remember if that's done
> on the server-side too, or only on the client side)
Yep, I'm aware of this, but then I aim at correcting the history
when svn:eol-style property has not been properly set already with
adding the file(s), which becomes a problem (or at least not small
inconvenience) when the file has been initially created on Windows
with non-repository-native EOL style, or just the EOL style has been
inadvertently changed before the svn:eol-style gets properly set.
This situation is caused by user ignorance one cannot always
control. Commit hooks can help but they are not part of the default
Received on 2011-04-22 14:59:48 CEST