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"Glen Starrett" <glen.starrett at march-hare.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:f6upo1$fak$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > Michael Flad wrote: >> I use watches for a few non mergable files edited by multiple persons >> and it works great so far. >> The problem I had with the other files seems to be Tortoise related >> as soon as it's configured to use any kind of edit options it seems >> to add the -x flag for new binary files added to a repository. > > You can configure your server to ignore client side "k" wrappers and > adjust your server's cvswrappers file to handle any file types you use > that aren't in the standard list. > > Use "cvs info cvswrappers" to check what the server settings currently > are. Sounds interesting - I'll have a look at this too. With that info you gave me another answer I didn't even ask for - I had a few textfiles with an extension listed in cvswrappers as binary and so they were always added as binary even though Tortoise recognized them as textfiles :-) Thanks for the useful additional insights, Michael