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Martin Cole schrieb: > I do Labview stuff all the time, and also a largeish binary type file of > application data. > > cvsnt does not make a complete copy every time a commit is made, in our > current version (2.0.14) a text diff is made, when I upgrade our server, it > can be entered such that binary diffs are made. > > Either way you can certainly get a complete history of all your vi's > > One consideration I would suggest, you should edit the cvswrappers such that > "*.vi" and "*.llb" are copied, not merged, otherwise it will corrupt in the > case that you get into a merge situation (which should never happen if you > select watch on). > > Marts > > Martin, many thanks for your answer. I do not understand what you exactly mean by "...edit the cvswrappers...". Can you pleas explain a little bit... Thanks Stephan