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Re: [Fwd: CVS, Cygwin, IDE and Emacs]

From: Mike Ayers
Subject: Re: [Fwd: CVS, Cygwin, IDE and Emacs]
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 20:07:59 -0700
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Eric Siegerman wrote:

My wording was imprecise.  I meant "get CVS to start taking them
out, as it's @#(! well supposed to do".  There's no way to tell
CVS to do this; it's supposed to just happen.

Hmmm - if it's "supposed to just happen", then that may explain it. Specifically, I am checking in DOS format files from a Unix format environment, so I suspect that my (Unix format compiled) CVS client just assumes that I have Unix format files and does no conversion, as it would not need to, ordinarily. Your discussion of CVS internals in this regard support this theory, if I read it correctly. Then the answer would be to use WinCVS after all, which would canonicalize the line ends for me, yes?


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