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Roger I Martin PhD wrote: > Hi, > > When -ku option is used during a commit, linefeeds 0x000A > are converted to 0x000D, 0x000A. When the file is pulled > back out of cvs, NetBeans makes these go to 0x0D, 0x0A > which then causes javac to not be able to compile. > Netbeans likes Unicode files to have 0x000A to terminate > lines. > > Is there a way to turn off conversions of linefeeds for > Unicode files commited with -ku? > That sounds like a rather nasty Netbeans bug - have you reported it to them? (0x0d0a isn't a valid unicode character and should never be written). You can use the --lf switch to cvs to checkout with unix line endings, which is what WinCVS uses. Use this sparingly, though, as it can cause all sorts of headaches mixing line endings. Tony