[Gs-devel] CVS code has been broken (won't compile) since 1/29!
Igor V. Melichev
igor at artifex.com
Wed Feb 6 08:24:41 PST 2002
> From: L. Peter Deutsch [mailto:ghost at aladdin.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 7:13 PM
> To: igor at artifex.com
> Cc: tech at artifex.com; gs-devel at ghostscript.com
> Subject: Re: [Gs-devel] CVS code has been broken (won't compile) since
> > First, I've downloaded revisions 1.21 and 1.20 of gdevps.c ,
> > and compared them as binaries. The only difference is in the $Id line.
> > Therefore it appears that you did not change anything in the file.
> I downloaded revisions 1.20 and 1.21. 1.20 has ^M^J line breaks.
> 1.21 has ^J line breaks, like all other source files in the repository.
Now I've downloaded them with HTTP, and now I see the difference.
> Apparently your CVS client converts the ^J line breaks, which are stored
> the repository, to ^M^J when it fetches files.
Looks like that.
> If you committed this file from a different machine than your usual one,
Yes, I did.
> perhaps you didn't configure the CVS client on that machine to do the EOL
Actually I did not configure both copies of the client,
but the copies were downloaded independently in different times.
I'll try to find a difference between them.
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