svn's story is much better (perfect, in fact) when forgetting to add eol-style: regardless of which kind of platform did the commit, the property can be added after the fact by anyone, and svn will automatically repair working copies on all platforms. Because (most) svn properties are versioned, adding eol-style is enough to convince svn that pre-eol-style copies are out of date. Nobody even needs to bother running dos2unix or unix2dos; just adding the property is enough (and when the person who adds the property commits the change, svn fiddles the line ends on their working copy (if needed) by magic too).
Glad to find this one is a non-issue!
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