|Subject:||RE: Checking in binary files|
|Date:||Thu, 19 Oct 2000 09:27:33 -0400|
If your binary files can be identified by file extension, then you can specify those file extensions in the cvswrappers file. For example, I have Microsoft Word documents under revision control. They all have a ".doc" extension. By placing the following line in cvswrappers, *.doc files anywhere are treated as binary:
*.doc -k 'b' -m 'COPY'
> -----Original Message-----
> From: YEO CHUN GUAN, PSSD [mailto:address@hidden]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 9:57 PM
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> Subject: Checking in binary files
> To check in binary files, we need to explicitly state -kb
> when ci the files.
> But if I had binary files all over my directory structure, it'd be
> very troublesome to check in individual bin files with the option.
> Does cvs have an autodetect feature that checks in ascii files as per
> normal, and turns the switch on for non-text files?
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