Dermot Daly wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm sure this is a well trodden path with those of you who are CVS
>> I've recently moved to Linux as my main desktop, but my colleagues are
> still using Windows.
>> Is there a way I can tell CVS to check in and out all of my files with
> windows style end of lines?
>> If I don't, all my changes will look like I changed every line in a
>> Any help would be appreciated.
That's down to your editor squire.
I check stuff in/out of cvs and vim the only true editor, automagically
recognises a file as being of type dos if it is and preserves the format.
So your editor is probably saving off the file as Unix as opposed to DOS, just
tell it not to do that and you should be fine.
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