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Re: Annotate binary files...

From: Andreas Volz
Subject: Re: Annotate binary files...
Date: Sun, 24 Apr 2005 10:52:39 +0200

Am Sun, 24 Apr 2005 09:38:23 +0200 schrieb Spiro Trikaliotis:

> Hello Andreas,
> * On Sun, Apr 24, 2005 at 12:39:53AM +0200 Andreas Volz wrote:
> > Am Sat, 23 Apr 2005 17:27:04 -0400 (EDT) schrieb Larry Jones:
> > > It should.  What does ``cvs status'' say about the problem files?
> > 
> > "cvs status" works without problems.
> What does "cvs status" tell about the status of the binary files? Are
> these really tagged as -kb?

Yes, all binary files (jpg, blend and zip) are marked with -kb. You
could see it yourself if you checkout the CVS repository I wrote in my
last mail. I tried the option -F to see what happened and here is the
result: ( I appended also the output to this mail)

> cvs annotate -F
cvs server: invalid option -- F
Usage: cvs server [-lRf] [-r rev] [-D date] [files...]
        -l      Local directory only, no recursion.
        -R      Process directories recursively.
        -f      Use head revision if tag/date not found.
        -r rev  Annotate file as of specified revision/tag.
        -D date Annotate file as of specified date.
(Specify the --help global option for a list of other help options)

> cvs --version  

Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.18 (client/server)

Ahhhh! Perhaps I found the problem. I used another CVS server from
another project. And there is works with binary files! Is the annotate
version and binary stuff of the CVS *server* and not the CVS client a
problem here? I'm not able to log in with a ssh server. Is it possible
to get the CVS server version that I use with a client?

I think in this case the CVS server should be updated.


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