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JP Vossen wrote: >  Someone in the "--lf obsolete?" thread suggested SVN can't do this. > It can, and it's sticky. See 'svn propset' and "svn:eol-style - One > of 'native', 'LF', 'CR', 'CRLF'." This can be set down to per-file > granularity if you like, and there are also related config files settings. That's exactly what -k+L, etc. do and the way it should be done - specifying files which for whatever reason must be in a specific line ending on all platforms. Making -k+L client side only so it works against legacy servers is a possibility for 2.6 but it'll just have to go on the (ever increasing at the moment) list - no changes to 2.5 are going to happen now. It really looks like you should be running cygwin in your case - you're writing unix files not windows ones (be careful not to use windows editors on the files). Running windows across samba is a bit of a corner case - we don't even support checking out to samba shares oficially. Tony