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Tony Hoyle wrote: >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. Thanks for the tip. I'll use --lf only for unicode files. Yes it is nasty. I originally patched NetBeans so that it would edit unicode files; as other things were changed in time this bug showed up and I didn't have time to go back into netbeans source code and see what the problem is. Just made all of my files have only 0x000A for line endings. I plan to look at Netbeans source code again to see if I can find the problem. Sometimes I feel I'm the only one using NetBeans with unicode source code but I like it so that math equations can be written with familiar Greek symbols. Roger -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/attachments/20030106/b540042d/attachment.html