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Re: problem in running C#(.Net Application) files after checkout(second
Re: problem in running C#(.Net Application) files after checkout(second time post)
Fri, 5 Aug 2005 09:39:05 -0400
On 8/5/05, ankush grover <address@hidden> wrote:
> hey friends,
> Just today my company started using CVS on FC3.The version of FC3 is
> I have created 1 repository for each team.There are 3 teams in my
> company.The problem we are facing is that one of the team is working
> on .Net Environment C#(C Sharp).
> The client we are using is Wincvs(latest version available on their
> site) on Windows XP Pro SP2 with cvs on FC3.
> While importing a module it showed a dialog box "Import Filter" with
> some errors in it like
> "File has some escape characters 0x00-0x20. "
> Type *.cs Entry Kind --- Text
> Type *.resources Entry Kind --Binary.
> I did not change anything on first attemtp means I did not edited the
> type to change the option from binary to forced text or to any other
> Next time I choose the option "Forced Text" in Import Filter except on
> "File has some escape characters 0x00-0x20" which did not allowed me
> to change the type.
In winCVS when checking out, on the globals tab, check or uncheck:
'Checkout file using unix LF (oxa)'. This may help. If you open the
checked out file in VS does it look to have extra line spacing?
If the above works and you have just created this repository, it might
be best to re-import the module taking care to set the correct -k flag
so as not to have the CR/LF chars mangled. Anyone know how to do
> In both the cases when I checkout a file and opened it with .Net
> Studio that file
> contains lots of random characters and so we are not able to run the
> program as the .Net Studio shows build errors.
> Please help me.
> Thanks & Regards
> Ankush Grover
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