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Re: DOS2UNIX conversion Tool

From: Lars Thuring
Subject: Re: DOS2UNIX conversion Tool
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 17:24:45 +0100
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address@hidden wrote:
Lars Thuring writes:

That actually caused a problem here. When we are finished with a change we make a release of the headers on a server together with the libraries for the other departements. Should we check out the headers to the server for the release under windows and try to use them from Linux the GCC compiler has a problem with multi-line #define's because of the CR added by cvs under windows.

That's because you should never, ever try to share a checked-out
directory between two different kinds of systems.  Always do the
checkout (or export) on the same kind of system as the one you want
to use the files on.

So this essentially means that it is not possible to keep a central location for a mixed-plattform developer group?

Note that once the "release" has been checked out it is stripped of the CVS directories and is only intended for reference, e.g. the headers will be included in other C programs. The "release" will never be modified nor checked in again.



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