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TLOlczyk <olczyk2...@yahoo.com> wrote:You've heard incorrectly.
> From what I have heard most of the CVS developers have gone over
> Fact is that for a long time CVS development just stagnated, sometimeYour memory also seems to be faulty -- no such bug ever existed (CVS has
> around 1995/6. In fact I remember a "Windows" bug. If you sent a ^M
> accidentally in a file, it would treat the file as a Unix file even on
> Windows. So when you updated every line ended in ^M. Fixed that
never inferred the file format from the contents). Yes, development has
in a sense stagnated, but that's because CVS *works*. If it ain't
broke, don't fix it.
> Consider the first problem. What do you do if you mark filesA problem CVS solved long ago. ("Death" support was added in CVS 1.5,
> as deleted in a new version, with repositories created by the
> old versions?
the current stable release is 1.11.9.)
Even if lives DID hang in the balance, it would depend on whose they were.
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