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Subject: Re: mp3_encoder.c has CR-LF line endings in CVS
Re: mp3_encoder.c has CR-LF line endings in CVS
Also you can edit your files in Windows with an editor that allows you to
select between LF/CR.
Notepad2 does the work for me.
All my source files are in Vmware image, but to edit them I double click
them from Windows explorer and open them with notepad2.
Notepad2 will respect file's line endings without changing them arbitary.
On 12/06/06, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Simon M. wrote:
> > I can't use the linux-cvs from my VMWare because it doesn't connect to
> > the internet. I even tried Cygwin just to use it's cvs version but
> > this conflicts with my firewall.
> You might try setting your vmware to use NAT rather than bridged
> networking. Then allow the vmware NAT application (which runs on teh
> host) full access to the internet.
> (Or, you could allow cygwin's cvs access through your firewall.)
Received on Sun Jun 11 23:41:08 2006
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