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Re: CTRL-M and CTRL-J characters in files

From: u . tropp
Subject: Re: CTRL-M and CTRL-J characters in files
Date: 24 Mar 2004 19:21:48 UT


> I uses Windows 2000 machine and use Jcreator LE for my Java code. When I am
> adding files to CVS using WinCVS client, somehow other memebers of team
> using Linux machines are getting ^M^J in their files. Why is it happening
> and moreover how can I get rid of this automatically while checking-in and
> checking-out fiiles.
> There is a settings in WinCVS preferences Global tab which has a checkbox
> "Checkout text files with the Unix LF (0xa)" and I already have this
> checkbox checked.

On a Windows system you normally should *not* check this checkbox if your 
editor uses CR/LF (^M/^J) as line ending.

Or, if this option is checked you must configure the editor to use Unix LF 
instead of CR/LF if possible.

Hope this helps,

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