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David Somers wrote: >Torsten Martinsen wrote: > > > >>Jason Wisnieski wrote: >> >> >> >>>That same post I found suggests using the -k+L option on checkout as a >>>safer >>>method than --lf. cvsnt doesn't recognize this kopt, however. Could >>>someone >>>please offer me a solution for maintaining this shared sandbox? >>> >>> >>Since noone has responded to this, and since I have also discovered that >>-k+L only works against CVSNT servers, I have to assume that there is no >>way to maintain a sandbox with UNIX line endings using current CVSNT >>client versions? >> >>This is quite important to me, as it will mean that TortoiseCVS cannot >>any longer offer this feature. >> >> > >I think this is a (minor) problem with tortoise. > >When you choose to checkout with unix lineendings, its doing >cvs --lf co module .... >instead of >cvs co -k+L module > >So the cvsnt client will throw up a warning... but your files will still be >correctly co'd with unix lineends. > > That may be, but will this continue to be the case, seeing as the option is deprecated? BTW, the warning message is "Obsolete --lf option used. Please update your client", which is kind of weird as I *am* already using the latest client. -Torsten (TortoiseCVS maintainer)