WHAT YOU NEED TO DO: update your working copy with "cvs update -A"
IF YOU ARE WORKING ON A BRANCH: use "cvs update -A -r BRANCH" instead.
Here's what's going on:
It's been reported that bitmap image files in e.g. the tutorials are
broken on the Win32 builds.
The reason appears to be that images and binary files were often not
checked in with -kb as they ought to have been. So folks checking those
files out on Windows got corrupt versions.
I've fixed now fixed this for existing files via cvs admin.
I'm going to try to make it automatic for common file extensions from
now on, but I'm sure I'll miss some.
In the future, please specify -kb when you "cvs add" a binary file.
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