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Old 07-13-2006, 02:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Eclipse & CVS problem

I've got a problem with eclipse and the integrated CVS functionality. When I create a new Java file the substitution string property is set to ASCII -kkv automatically, because this is set in the CVS property window in Eclipse, but when I commit this new file this property is somehow set to unknown (-kkkv). Comitting unknown -kkkv property files to CVS is not a problem, but when I want to do update then a the following error is generated:

project_name: cvs update: internal error: unsupported substitution string -kkkv

This error is generated for every file that is on CVS with the -kkkv property. In order to get these files I will have to do a complete new checkout and change these properties to ASCII -kkv manually which is very tedious work of course. Does anybody have similar problems and knows how to solve it?

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