[cvsnt] Random problem with .rc files
Sumanjit Kaur Brar
SBrar at quark.com
Thu May 29 10:56:13 BST 2008
In the problem which I mentioned in April, the .rc files were having some content duplicated(and junk) with a commit. Now case is slightly different as in this case, there are empty lines getting added with severy successive commit into the file after every line. This is happening only in case of a branch and only in case of few files.
The client I am using is wincvs 184.108.40.206.
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From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org]On Behalf
Of Tony Hoyle
Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2008 2:04 PM
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Subject: Re: [cvsnt] Random problem with .rc files
Sumanjit Kaur Brar wrote:
> In some of the branches every time you make a change in a .rc file, the new file is created with empty lines after every line!
> And the next check-in adds new empty lines there again! .The problem is coming only in case of .rc files and only in case of a branch. The version of CVSNT server is 2.5.03 and the OS for server in SUSE linux 10.
Has something changed since you last discussed this issue in April where
"I have noticed one thing, The resource files which shows the duplicated
content have changing kopt type between "u" and "kv" in their ,v files."
Randomly changing the file types like that (which requires user
intervention and cannot be done accidentally) sounds like someone is
doing something odd to your repository and that'll be the issue. You
can find out who made the change using cvs log. Hitting them with a
cluestick should be enough to solve your problem in future.
You have not anywhere mentioned which clients you are using - this is
important information as it is the client that handles line endings, not
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