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How can I use Bamboo on Windows to checkout Unix-style?


I'm working as a consultant on a project using Bitbucket and Bamboo (both installed on Windows). Neither did I install the tools, nor do I have direct access to the installation, but I can make requests for config changes. Here's the problem:

I need to build an artifact which is supposed to be used on a Linux machine. While I can properly checkout text files using Git Extensions (with core.autocrlf=input) on my local(!) Windows machine and verify that in the repo the files have Unix-style line endings (LF), the artifact produced by my Bamboo build plan (using "Source Code Checkout" task) contains Windows-style endings (CRLF), which breaks my deployment process on the Linux box.

How can I influence the behaviour of the "Source Code Checkout" task in my build plan to enforce Unix-style line endings (like setting core.autocrlf to input or false)?

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Foong Atlassian Team Jul 25, 2018

Create .gitattributes file in the repository with the following content:

* text eol=lf

Thank you so much! So far I only considered only git config, but your solution is just perfect for my case, appreciate it!

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