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Re: pre-commit converter

From: rad_google
Subject: Re: pre-commit converter
Date: 8 Mar 2006 14:43:19 -0800
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>The CVS client is *SUPPOSED* to do that conversion *AUTOMATICALLY*. If
>You don't have to be the expert - that's what we're here for. If you can
>get the configuration information I mentioned earlier, we can tell you
>what to change to make it work right.

I guess I do not understand what is meant by a CVS client.

Here is how I do a commit from home:
cvs -d :ext:address@hidden:/projects/tm/cvs checkout

I am prompted for my password (actually not, since I run ssh-add) and
that is it.
What client am I using?  My home machine and the remote machine both
run linux.
The windows users do an equivalent of this using their own secure

I assumed that the problem is in the windows users editor which garbles
UNIX files.

I am not an administrator, and all of us have the same permissions on
the CVSROOT directory.  I initialized the project.  (I also fixed the
already checked in DOS files by directly manipulating the  *,v files,
restoring the logs etc., since nobody else knew how to and cared at the
same time.)

cvs -version says:
Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.5 (client/server)


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