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Yongwei Wu wrote: >> Really --lf still works at the present moment. But the message is >> really annoying since I am using CVS inside other applications. Even >> -Q cannot kill it. > > Is it possible to revert the --lf option to the old behaviour? It is > still useful when working with CVS servers. It would be easy to hide that message is -Q or -q mode is set... Tony, thoughts/objections? > CVS servers are still much more common for Open Source projects, like > those on SourceForge, than CVSNT servers (really I know none). I am > quite reluctant to use Cygwin CVS, or old versions of CVS(NT), on my > Windows machine when I want UNIX-style files. It is also confusing to > have two cvs.exe on one PC. Sure. Of course, it would be great if more servers used cvsnt, but I have this suspicion that cvsnt is viewed mainly as an Windows/NT solution, so most open source projects seem to, sadly, not use it :-( -- David Somers typographer/programmer/whatever