[cvsnt] problem with UNICODE

Hiroshi Kuribara kuribara at us.hitachi-medical.co.jp
Fri Jan 30 11:28:19 GMT 2004

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Pavel Stehule wrote,

> c:\cvs\cvs add -ku sla1.xml
> c:\cvs\cvs commit sla1.xml
> del sla1.xml
> c:\cvs\cvs update sla1.xml
> I use UTF-8 encoding. I known so broken files are one byte greather 
> original files. With normal unicode files I haven't an problem. Do 
> cvsnt UTF-8 or not?

UNICODE of 'CVSNT supports UNICODE' means UCS2 file.
I think unicode header '0xfeff' should be included.

You can add utf-8 file as normal text.
But be careful not to use characters that code are
greater than 0x80 for filename.
Because if conflict occures, the filename is inserted
to merged file.

Hiroshi Kuribara

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