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Derek R. Price
Fri, 08 Dec 2000 13:44:23 -0500
Evan Stergiou wrote:
> Hi all, I want to put my executables under CVS so that anyone can
> download them though CVSweb. The problem is that cvsweb's "download"
> link automatically adds a .txt extension to my executables (that may
> or may not have a .exe extension, eg. Linux). How can i hack
> cvsweb.cgi / cvsweb.conf to tell cvsweb not to do this? I did try
> myself but didn't succeed, so I need an expert's advice. many thanks
> :-) ps: Last time I sent this email, noone replied. Is there really no
> way at all? ------------------E. StergiouPolycom
First off, I'll warn you I know almost nothing about CVSWEB.
Anyway, try and find where it adds the .txt extension, use CVS or RCS to
look for the -kb flag, and don't add it or add a different one.
It might be even easier to just rename your files in the repository to
.exe or something. Browsers _do_ seem to like to be able to make
guesses about the content they're downloading.
Derek Price CVS Solutions Architect ( http://CVSHome.org )
mailto:address@hidden OpenAvenue ( http://OpenAvenue.com )
BREAKFAST.EXE exited with non-zero status: Cereal Port Not Responding.
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