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RE: Extra linefeeds on NT

From: Helliwell, Matthew
Subject: RE: Extra linefeeds on NT
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2002 16:54:15 -0000

Well to answer my own question it looks like it was a problem moving from
1.11 to 1.11.1p1.

The files were created in the respository using a 1.11 client using a
CVSROOT of :ext:address@hidden:/cvsroot/project (and the cygwin rsh). Checking
out with a 1.11 client again, everything is ok. Checking out with the new
1.11.p1 client and the extra ^M appears.

No idea what's happening to cause it but at least I can fix it now.


>  -----Original Message-----
> From:         Helliwell, Matthew  
> Sent: 27 February 2002 18:03
> To:   address@hidden
> Subject:      Extra linefeeds on NT
> I've just been installed cvs on a cohorts NT PC. Viewing the resulting
> files in kawa or xemacs shows an extra blank line inserted between each
> line. Having a look at the files in vi (from cygwin) shows each line end
> in ^M^M
> I can check out the files fine on my W2K PC or the a unix box where the
> respository resides. Anybody any ideas?
> cvs version on the client is 1.11.1p1
> cvs root is set to :server:address@hidden:/cvsroot/project
> cvs_server is set to /opt/cvs/bin/cvs
> cvs version on the Solaris server is 1.11
> Anybody any ideas what to look for?
> Thanks
> Matt

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