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Re: CVS handling of .PLL libraries

From: Jouni Heikniemi
Subject: Re: CVS handling of .PLL libraries
Date: Mon, 1 Jul 2002 12:49:06 +0300 (EEST)

On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Vijay Narayanan wrote:

> Is there any place where I can configure CVS to handle files formats
> like .PLL, .FMBs and other file formats.  Or is this a problem caused
> by Linux on which I have CVS installed and my Oracle is running on NT?

They are binary, right? Generic filemasks for making stuff binary can be
configured in CVSROOT/cvswrappers, see
<>. There are also a
couple of other configuration options; get involved with env variable
called CVSWRAPPERS and the -W switch.

On a file-by-file basis, set them to binary by using "cvs admin -kb". But
please note that you need to do that before the first commit, or the files
get wasted. Doing -kb on already corrupted files won't do you any good, of

OS borders are not a problem (in this respect, at least :-)).


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