From: Jordi Mas (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Nov 04 2003 - 19:48:22 EST
En/na Kenneth J. Davis ha escrit:
> It is a cvs quirk, if the file gets checked in with I think DOS EOLs, then
> if you check it out again on a computer that does EOL conversion you get
> 0x13,0x10,0x13 or similar EOLs, which causes VC to display a blank extra
> line after each line and makes source level debugging impossible (as the
> line numbers no longer match up). Please look at your source file in a
> hex editor and make sure the EOLs are only 0x13,0x10 and see if that
> helps (or just 0x10 if your cvs client does not do EOL conversion).
> Also which cvs client are you using? If its cygwins, you may
> be able to force it to assume UNIX EOLs and have it commit properly.
Is there any special reason to keep this file with DOS EOLs? I cannot see any
special reason, and it just will give us trouble in the future. We have this
problem in HEAD and STABLE.
My suggestion is to commit it with regular CR/LF, as all the other files, if
you are OK with this.
Jordi Mas i Hernāndez (homepage http://www.softcatala.org/~jmas) http://www.softcatala.org
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