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Re: Dummie: Unix and WinX files

From: Didier Dubois
Subject: Re: Dummie: Unix and WinX files
Date: Tue, 03 Oct 2000 18:24:30 +0200

But How can I prevent one of my Window user to use there Home dir on
Samba for CVS working directories?
I creted a perl script that check if there are \r on codes files and
reject those files. But i feel it an unsafe solution.

Any other idea? 


Larry Jones wrote:
> Didier Dubois writes:
> >
> > Here we are using CVS for development using Unix AND Windows
> > workstations. This lead us to the unfamous problem of Dos2Unix and
> > Unix2Dos conversions.
> >
> > Is there a way in CVS to tell him to remove the \r from the WinX files
> > to be sure that diffs are correctly done?
> Don't share working directories between DOS and Unix.  CVS (clients)
> handle the line endings correctly -- as long as you always use DOS tools
> in DOS working directories and Unix tools in Unix working directories,
> you won't have any problems.
> -Larry Jones
> All this was funny until she did the same thing to me. -- Calvin
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