SVN: change defaults for line endings
js at iidea.pl
Wed May 4 18:36:30 BST 2005
> I guess that, if those files are committed to by someone on a CRLF system,
> the CRLFs will be converted --- which may result in a mixed-encoding file
> if only the modified lines get converted.
No, because only modified lines will be checked in, and all modified lines are
converted. Again: we're talking about checking out, not checking in.
> But I still don't understand what the problem is of having CRLF files on
> Windows. Can someone explain why having CRLF on Windows is bad?
Pls read my answers.
1. Try to use GNU tools.
2. Try not to forget about converting CRLFs when moving your files to unix,
sending patches, creating tarballs, ....
regards / pozdrawiam,
Jaroslaw Staniek / OpenOffice Polska / Kexi Team
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