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I have a minor problem with the Keyword Substitution in CVS / RCS. In my
Source codes there are the Keywords. CVS/RCS is substituting these
correctly, but in the wrong format. This is valid for the Date field. I get
2001/02/10 but I would like to get 2001-02-10, due to some problems with
the source code (JAVA) when running in the App Server.
So how can I change the format of the date?

Markus M. May

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