kevin.quigley at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 09:36:48 MST 2007
I looked into this for our SVN setup at work. Unfortunately,server-side properties is something that's been pushed back a while bythe SVN team.Doing this globally could be an issue with other repositories if theyspecify that one or the other EOL should be used.
Although it wouldn't help with new files, it's not a big issue toiterate of all current files in ODE's SVN repos to set this property.I don't think I have write access though.
On Nov 16, 2007 8:57 PM, Oleh Derevenko <oder at eleks.lviv.ua> wrote:> Well, I suppose that would affect all the repositories. But why could it be> a bad idea to have correct newlines for all the projects? Why could you need> to have incorrect ones at all?> Here we have problems with newlines because ODE is developed distributely> and some people develop on Windows and some on UNIX so they commit different> newlines to repository. If you develop some project locally in your> organization normally everybody works within the same operating system and> there is no problem with newlines at all.> As for setting properties for all the files it would be a solution if the> sile set would be constant. But since new files are added from time to time> it is naturally that the authors forget, do not know how to or just do not> want to bother themselves with setting properties.>> Oleh Derevenko> -- ICQ: 36361783>> ----- Original Message -----> From: "Mark Williams" <mark at image-engine.com>> To: <ode at ode.org>> Sent: 17 листопада 2007 р. 03:17> Subject: Re: [ODE] svn:eol-style>>> >>> >> Every user is a position to modify his personal profile. Unless you are> >> not> >> logged on as "Guest" of course.> >>> >>> >> > If I set my personal autoprops won't that also affect the other SVN> > repositories I work on, not just ODE? Can't we just get the properties> > in ODE's SVN set consistently? :(> > _______________________________________________> > ODE mailing list> > ODE at ode.org> > http://ode.org/mailman/listinfo/ode> >> >>>> _______________________________________________> ODE mailing list> ODE at ode.org> http://ode.org/mailman/listinfo/ode
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