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Hi again! > > This macro does an automation of the cvs add method and recurses through > > folders. It also tries to detect the binary/text state of files. > Sorry to disappoint you. There's no detection going on. It's just a > hardcoded list of file extensions. You could however easily extend that list > yourself (it's right at the beginning of the macro's source and fairly > self-explanatory I should think). If I should someday figure out how to > really make persistency work in macros, I might add functionality in the > future to at least remember the settings per file extension so you will not > have to set them twice. Is it possible to use Perl in the macros? Then you might not need persistency, Perl provides file tests -B and -T to detect binary/text files. This would give you a good guess (usually correct!) to start with in most cases, and would thus reduce the cases in which you would have to manually set the text/binary status. > FWIW: The macros are at http://people.freenet.de/ogiesen/ogmacros.zip . > If there's need I think we should continue this on the cvsgui list. > Oliver Cheers, Steffen