Ralf Wiebicke <firstname.lastname@example.org> írta:
> To make the trouble complete, CVS somehow managed to add a
single UNIX line
> break at the end of each file. Thus, the files where mixed
> flavour, which causes GNU recode to refuse the dos2unix
> --force switch there). I finally used zip/unzip to do the
Well, sed 's/^M//' should be just OK instead of recode.
it won't complain. :)
anyway, I really wouldn't like SVN to try and outsmart me..
if I have 0x0d in my unix files, I probly put them there
for a reason, so my vote is a definite no for your wish if
it should be the default behavior. If there is a
--be-smart-about-0x0d switch to do this, then I have no
RADICS Peter (http://lbcons.net)
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:10 2006