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From Christopher D Haakinson <cdhaa...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: ^M Appends to every line?
Date Thu, 24 Feb 2011 17:55:14 GMT

I'd like someone to explain how this small shell script, which works fine,
gets corrupted simply by creating a new file and copy/pasting the text in
it. Here's what I'm doing:

1) I have a test shell script that runs fine. Here's the content:
<------------------------- start
	lock="/tmp/deleteme"
	if [ -f $lock ]
	then
		echo "Lock file exists. Wait until it's gone to proceed. ."
		while [ -f $lock ]
		do
			echo "Waiting for lockfile to be removed. ."
			sleep 1s
		done
		echo "Now creating lock file"
		echo "locked" > $lock
	else
		echo "No lock file found. Creating it. ."
		echo "locked" > $lock
	fi
echo "Lets try this again, hopefully for the last time...."
exit 0
<-------------------------- end

2) I copy this entire script from notepad in windows into a new file named
test2.sh, also in notepad.
3) Using TortoiseSVN, I add test2.sh into my project
4) I commit the changes to the server
5) On my linux server, I run:  svn update  ... to get the test2.sh file
6) Now when I try to run it I get this:
		syntax error: unexpected end of file


Now, this is the most simple task I could think of doing, and this doesn't
work. I've also tried creating the new shell script with Komodo EDIT with
the same results.

This occurs even though I've tried adding svn:eol-style from both my linux
server and my windows wrx... I'm lost!!



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On 2/24/2011 10:02 AM, Christopher D Haakinson wrote:
> OK, so I've been testing out the svn:eol-style prop and it appears to
> work, but it seems like an awful lot of work for such a simple issue.
>
> Is there something server-side I can setup to ensure that all files
> contain the correct eol style?

No, the server can't possibly know what is right either for any
particular file or for any particular client platform.  But, your client
configs control auto-props which can sometimes do the right thing
automatically on the client side.  Unfortunately those have to match
filename patterns that won't necessarily correspond to the file content
or use.

> Also I've noticed that my shell scripts are now failing with an EOF
> error? Does this mean that there's a style setting for the end of file
too??

No, that probably is related to some other error or parsing issue in the
file.

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   Les Mikesell
     lesmikesell@gmail.com


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