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On Wed, 14 Aug 2002 13:14:40 +0200, Peter.Prokesch at wetzer.endress.com wrote: >Hello, > >in one of our projects we are dealing with different versions of character sets, >e.g. we are using kyrillic characters. An import as text files into cvs fails. >Do we have to import these files as binary files (disadvantage: no merge possible) >or what else can we do? > Assuming they're properly formed Unicode or UTF8 files then cvsnt will handle this (you add with the -ku flag to enable checkout as unicode... utf8 is automatic, since it's transparent to the source control). Recent versions of WinCVS will attempt to detect this situation and handle it properly. Tony