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On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 11:35:47 +0000 (UTC), bc_remove_ at passagen.se (Björn Carlsson) wrote: >If a file has been added as binary, but it's really unicode, should it >then be possible to run admin -ku without destroying that file? Yes (ish), but it'll be tricky to get right, as you're changing the storage format. What I'd do is: 1. Take a copy of the file 2. Do update -ku 3. Do admin -ku 4. Put the file back from step 1. 5. Use commit -f to force a new revision. It may not be necessary to do all those steps (I've not actually tried it) but I think that should work. Tony