On 14 April 2015 at 12:43, rajiv gupta <rajiv.s...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I cannot share the files as it is confidential
> Yes I am using git on windows.I have set  core.autocrlf=true in global list
> and config settings.
> Please help me with this.

If it indeed *is* line ending issues there's not much to do about it
except the obvious.  Just ensure all developers have sane settings on
all tools (git, editors, etc), so you avoid bouncing back and forth
between line endings.  Then convert all files to the correct line
endings and make a single massive commit.  If you've done it all
correctly you won't run into any more line ending issues in the future
(or at least until you bring in a new developer who forgets to
configure git properly ;).


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