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RE: Re: TortoiseMerge recognising some file as binary?

From: Jean-Francois Cote <jfcote_at_aquadata.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2011 05:41:53 -0800 (PST)

> Can you check that file in a hex editor and see if it contains double
> null chars?

 I've downloaded an HEX editor and check the file. At the end of the problematic file, there is 48 NULL char... In the revision just after this one, there is none. The 10 revisions before have the same number of NULL char. And before that, they doesn't have. And then one day it reappear...

So my question are:
1) Is this a problem with our server that could have generated this? Because the revision were done by a lot of different programmer on different computers so I'm pretty sure it's not one particular computer who generate this.

2) Why does tortoise recognise this as a binary file when all the other editor are able to open it and even do the diff (WinMerge)?

Thanks
Jean-François Côté, ing.
Aqua Data inc.

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