> > Any suggestions? 
> Remove the it!  If you aren't using CVS those lines serve no purpose 
> at all.  Even if you do use CVS the line is of dubious usefulness. 

Unfortunately I can not remove them.
They are in an earlier branch of a software repo, which has more thousand 
So I need a solution, where I can keep original repo, but still can merge 
with my fork, without solving conflicts in more thousand files because of 
cvs indents.


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