From: Doug Gregor (dgregor_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-30 10:34:15
On Jul 28, 2007, at 10:28 AM, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Douglas Gregor wrote:
> The section starts with:
> Internally, Subversion stores all text files using the Unix
> line endings (i.e., a single line feed).
> This is factually wrong. By default, Subversion does not care about
> line endings at all (because it uses binary deltas, not text deltas
> as CVS used to). It only
> starts to use Unix line endings when you use svn:eof-style.
You're right; I've rewritten that text.
>> The Subversion repository will verify that you have set the mime-type
>> and eol-style properly
> What does it mean for mime-type to be "property set"? Subversion
> only cares
> if the mime type is "text/*" or not, and otherwise mime type is
> So, what exactly is enforced?
I've rewritten that part, too.
All files committed need to have `svn:mime-type` set; if that MIME
type is text/something, then the file must have svn:eol-style set.
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