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Re: CR for windows client

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: CR for windows client
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 11:34:51 -0500 (EST)

Gary Zharzhavsky writes:
>               The last version from CVS does not treats CARRIAGE RETURN
> depend on client platform as it was before.

Yes, it does.  Line ending conversion is done by the C run-time library,
not by any code in CVS itself.  If you're seeing a difference, it
because of a difference in the C libraries used to build the executables
you're running, not any change in CVS.

>       but if I create (text) file under windows using vi or something
> different (without CR) and add (update) this file to CVS then
>       I (or somebody else on win client) update this file. This file will
> not contain CR.?

Which is correct behavior.  Checking out a file on the same kind of
system it was committed on should yield exactly the same contents; if
there aren't any <CR>s in the file you added (on windows) there
shouldn't be any <CR>s in the file when you check it out (on windows).

-Larry Jones

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