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Re: file changed in cvs-1.11.5 on win2k

From: Mark Priest
Subject: Re: file changed in cvs-1.11.5 on win2k
Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2003 21:52:41 -0400


I believe these are all binary files.  You should have added them to cvs
with cvs add -kb so that keyword expansion was turned off and the file was
recognized as  binary.  By default cvs assumes file are text and attempts to
expand keywords such as $Author$, $Revision$, etc.  It also assumes files
can be stored in the repository using RCS format which includes the current
version plus all of the deltas in the same file.  You can fix this by
running the admin command against a correct version of the files (i.e. cvs
admin -kb foo.pdb) or by removing them and adding them again using (rm
foo.pdb, cvs remove foo.pdb, then cvs add -kb foo.pdb).


----- Original Message -----
From: "Gu Shaodong" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, August 04, 2003 9:14 PM
Subject: file changed in cvs-1.11.5 on win2k

> Hi, guys:
> I'm not sure whether my question has been asked for many times or not.
> If so, please tell me where I can find the solution. Thanks.
> I got a problem when using cvs-1.11.5 on win2k sp4.
> After importing a vc6 workspace including several projects into cvs,
> some file changed when I check out this tree later.
> changed file: some .pdb, .ico, .bmp (maybe some other files I didn't
> find out)
> Any help or advice ?
> -gusd
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