> Hey, > > Yesterday I asked whether it would be okay to tell cvs that .rsrc > files are really binary, by including them in the "cvswrappers" > configuration file. The reason I asked is that all .rsrc files in > the cvs repository are corrupt because the cvs used to treat them as > ASCII and not binary. > > But it gets worse -- I remembered an old post from bedevtalk about > this same problem, so I looked it up. Even if you store .rsrc files > as binary, cvs still strips the file's attributes. And guess where > the icons and the app signature are stored? In the attributes, of > course. So putting the .rsrc file type in cvswrappers made > absolutely no difference -- the .rsrc files are still broken. This simply isn't true. They are stored redundantly, and xres copies them out of the resources into the attributes at compile time. -Nathan -- Fortune Cookie Says: If you want your spouse to listen and pay strict attention to every word you say, talk in your sleep.