[cvsnt] Re: unexpected '\x0' reading revision number in RCS file

Jesse cvs at gamesthatwork.com
Sat Jun 3 22:47:37 BST 2006

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As for upgrading the server version, approximately 1/10 comments on this 
thread seem to be about how the latest version corrupted binary files.  So 
upgrading to that version seems an unnecessary risky, since 1/2 of are files 
are binary.


"Glen Starrett" <glen.starrett at march-hare.com> wrote in message 
news:e5n3o3$p8g$2 at paris.nodomain.org...
> Jesse wrote:
>> Apparently, there was a Null character at the end of the file.  Deleting 
>> this fixed the file, but I have no desire to have to manually change the 
>> file every time someone commits a new version! ( or whatever caused that 
>> Null character to appear.)
> The server version you're using is out of date, I would recommend 
> upgrading to the current stable version.  It is also possible that those 
> files were inadvertently touched by your batch process.
> Regards,
> -- 
> Glen Starrett 

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