On Sunday 21 December 2003 17:25, Doug Lee wrote:
> I'm trying to use FreeBSD's CVS (v1.11.5) to manage DOS/Windows
> projects, which of course means files with CR/LF line endings.  The
> docs claim the repository will internally store everything (text files
> anyway) with only LF endings, but in fact I'm seeing CR/LF endings in
> repository text files.  This is still fine until I pull a project out
> with a DOS/Windows CVS client (the standard cvs.exe), which gives me
> lines ending in CR/CR/LF.  If I pull the project under Unix, I get the
> CR/LF endings just fine; but my coworkers will not be telneting to
> Unix just to pull code...

I don't know anything about Micro$oft Winblows eXPensive, but why don't you 
just strip the CR on the server? So the Windoze client can add the CR, and 
you always get the native format, respectively.
This is definitely the fault of the client, so don't blame the server :-)


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