>> python/trunk/Tools/scripts/svneol.py (contents, props changed)
>> Simple utility to add svn:eol-style to text files under
>> SVN control. Like reindent.py, I expect to run this
>> mindlessly from time to time, checking in whatever it
>> happens to do ;-)
> Should 'sln' and 'vcproj' be added to the extensions list? I think these are
> text-files too. Although PCBuild\pcbuild.sln has a binary mime-type property,
> so the script would not change that.
I don't know whether they're text files in the SVN eol-style "native"
sense. The corresponding file types under VC 6 were not: in SVN
terms, they should have svn:eol-style set to CRLF (Visual Studio
required \r\n line ends for some inscrutable reason -- it would not
tolerate \n line ends, and this mattered when, e.g., some Linux-head
tried to run Visual Studio from a Linux-native checkout of Python;
CRLF was still required, and we "faked that" under CVS by calling
those files binary; SVN offers finer control; I don't know how picky
the .NET 2003 MSDev is about this).