[cvsnt] Re: cvswrappers

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Fri Jul 8 15:53:41 BST 2005

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Mike Lehmann wrote:
> Just curious, how do I tell CVSNT in what encoding my local text files
> are stored?

Using -k{} as an override.

So you can do 'cvs add -k{SJIS}', commit that, then do 'cvs up 
-k{ARABIC}' (although you're not likely to get sane results with that 
particular transformation).

You can use anything that the local iconv library supports.  The Win32 
one doesn't have EBCDIC encodings though so be careful if you use those.


(btw. this *should* work.. it's not something I've tried at all since 
the initial testing).

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