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Re: sharing hd partition betw Linux and Cygwin
On Tue, Jun 03, 2003 at 09:54:16AM -0700, Shankar Unni wrote:
> Soren Andersen wrote:
> >Now sharing the drive space between the cvs tool (and cpan, too!) works,
> >I think (haven't actually tried cvs yet but had to work on cpan a few
> >minutes ago, and discovered it was suffering from the same difficulty).
> I'd be amazed if this all works seamlessly. Nevertheless, remember that
> CVS on cygwin is only supported with binary-mounted filesystems. If
> your default cygdrive mount is text (i.e. you installed Cygwin with "DOS
> line endings"), be sure to create a fresh binary mount for your CVS
> repository and use that as your CVSROOT.
Thanks for the tip, Shankar. I've always had all my mounts in binmode by
default so this shouldn't be an issue.
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