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On Tuesday 08 March 2005 12:53, Tony Hoyle wrote: > Tony Hoyle wrote: > > Torkild Ulvøy Resheim wrote: > >> Is there a way I can force the cvsnt server to use the Cp850 character > >> set for a module? > > OTOH for files you don't normally need to set it at all - there's no > interpretation of characters done on text files, other than line > endings. CP850 is just Latin-1 and isn't particularly special. We're using an "ancient" programming language (Visual DataFlex) which is still in the DOS era so we need to code our files using Cp850 in order to get our national characters (æ/ø/å) correct. Lately we've written our own development tools for this language using Eclipse. Now when we compare files using the visual diff, we get differences wherever these national characters are involved. Since the Eclipse projects are set to use Cp850 my idea was to force the CVS server to use the same so that we don't get any differences. -- Med vennlig hilsen / Kind regards (( Torkild Ulvøy Resheim, Senior Systemutvikler / Software Engineer )) Emma EDB AS, Trondheim, Norway. http://www.emmaedb.no |----|_ Private pages: http://resheim.no - "Any sufficiently advanced | | ) bug is indistinguishable from a feature." |____|'