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Re: [bug #22781] cvs update (1.11.22 on Windows) uploads excessive numbe


From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: [bug #22781] cvs update (1.11.22 on Windows) uploads excessive numbers of files after daylight saving time changes
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 09:16:53 -0700

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Hi Nelson,

Nelson B Bolyard <address@hidden> writes:

> 
> Follow-up Comment #3, bug #22781 (project cvs):
> 
> Sorry, file #15362 is incomplete.  Please disregard it.  
> 
> It appears that someone checked in the Windows-NT files, which 
> have Windows line endings, from a Unix system, without setting 
> the -kb sticky flag.  So, the line endings are wrong when checked
> out using Windows cvs 1-11-x, because Windows CVS tries to convert unix line
> endings to windows line endings during checkout.
> The right thing would have been to either
> a) convert the files to have Unix line endings before committing
> from Unix, or 
> b) set the binary sticky flag.
> 
> I'd suggest that someone fix the line endings on the affected 
> files, and then recommit them.  Then I will be able to produce
> a good patch with cvs diff.  (I'd do it if I could.)

I have converted the cvs1-11-x-branch versions of the JmgStat.c and
JmgStat.h files from CRLF to LF line endings on a UNIX box, so when you
checkout on windows you should have the right thing next time.

The FEATURE branch (main trunk) already had the correct line endings for
those two files.

        -- Mark
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