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[Put the mailing list back in To:] You can 'fix' the RCS files in the way you suggest, but you may run into trouble with binary files (i.e. files where keyword substitution is set to 'b'). My solution to a similar problem was to patch CVS (the standard version, not the CVSNT branch) to accept CRs before LF. You can have the patch if you like, it's about 20 lines. -Torsten ----- Original Message ----- From: "Brenden Phillips" <brenden at inspire.net.nz> To: "'Torsten Martinsen'" <torsten at tiscali.dk> Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 10:12 PM Subject: RE: [cvsnt] Troubles with diff after shifting from CVS on Linux to CVSNT > Hi > > > > > Probably the line endings were corrupted when the ,v files were moved. > > WinZip is known to do this by default (can be turned off). > > Thanks for that - given that they didn't tell me about the problem for 3 > weeks and they now have a mix of files with all CR/LF and a mix of LF and > CR/LF. Can I just make a perl script to run thru all the *.java,v files and > do a DOS to UNIX convert to fix them all up? > > I found the offending option in winzip for "smart" CR/LR conversion in tar > files too :(