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Problem With JPGs?

Problem With JPGs?

Problem With JPGs?

(OP)
I have a CVS repository including a number of JPGs. When I try to do cvs checkout they aren't getting downloaded properly. I tried on multiple computers, and on each case only got 54 bytes (which looks to include some binary and bits of exif data) for each image.

I am using CVS with a remote repository accessed over ssh. Checking the repository, the images appear to be complete there.

Is this something I'm missing?

RE: Problem With JPGs?

I'm not sure if this is the cause of what you are seeing but are the jpg's stored in the repository as binary files? I missed that step out and got some treated like text which really messed them up.

M


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