[pmwiki-devel] PmWiki via Subversion
dominique.faure at gmail.com
Mon Nov 27 02:55:42 CST 2006
On 11/26/06, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 26, 2006 at 09:10:27PM +0100, Dominique Faure wrote:
> > Having recently tried to get latest PmWiki via TortoiseSVN on a
> > Win32 platform, I had some 'end-of-line' conflicts occuring when
> > merging the subversion release with a previously zip extracted one:
> > * Files from the zip release have LF eol ending
> > * Files from the repository have my OS native eol ending (aka CRLF).
> > I know I could alter my own SVN global config , but I was wondering
> > if it wouldn't be more reliable to have it specified on the source
> > repository itself?
> Umm, okay -- if I read the docs correctly, you're suggesting that
> I should set the svn:eol-style property on every file in the
> repository to "LF"?
Basically, that's it. But looking a bit more closely at the subversion
documentation I fear this could only be done at the client level.
this could be nice to have available somewhere (ie. PmWiki.Subversion)
the svn configuration tip.
> > BTW, it would also be nice to have an http access on the repository.
> Unfortunately I think this would mean substantially modifying
> my http server configuration, which is currently being managed
> by my web-hosting provider. I'm pretty sure I don't want to
> deal with the hassles of dealing with conflicts between what
> the web hosting control panel scripts expect to find and my
> own custom Apache installation.
> If I were doing all of the system management then it'd be a
> much different story; but unfortunately several of my clients
> rely heavily on the control panel interfaces to work, and at
> present I don't have time or inclination to troubleshoot the
> problems that would crop up if I started modifying Apache too
> heavily. So, I'm planning to just continue with the svn:
> access to the repository until a better solution presents itself. :-)
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