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Re: wrappers, TortoiseCVS, newbie :)

From: brent
Subject: Re: wrappers, TortoiseCVS, newbie :)
Date: 17 Sep 2001 10:35:57 -0700

It's not nice to suggest you use a different tool, but consider using 
WinCVS in addition to Tortoise, WinCVS makes binary importing easier,
before doing the import, it lists all files which may not be text and
allows you to control exactly how to import them.

Apart from that, it is best to do all imports from the actual machine
which has the CVS repository, especially if the repository machine
is not the same OS as your sandbox machines.  I don't know if this is
an issue for you as you didn't mention this.

Radek Soska <address@hidden> wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> Hello
> I use CVS 1.11 and TortoiseCVS to make my work easier. 
> When I add files or dirs into the repository I want CVS to recognize
> file type, ie. *.pas files add normally, *.exe add like binary. I put
> such lines into cvswrappers file (in $CVSROOT/CVSROOT)
> *.pas -m MERGE
> *.exe -k 'b'
> but Tortoise still ignore this. What should I do to solve this problem ? 
> Best regards
> BennY

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