I want to mirror an SVN repository on my local Windows system, but in order to save bandwidth I will have to do an svnrdump onto remote Linux system, zip it up and download it onto my Windows system.

Does the fact that the repository was first downloaded to a Linux system then transferrred to Windows mean there could be end of line conversion issues, as happens with Git systems which are not properly configured?

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EOL-problem is problem of Working Copies|working directories, not platform-independent repository storage. svn:eol-style=native on every client for all text/ types is answer for different client-side OS in SVN

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