I'm developing in Windows and deploying to a UNIX environment. The problem is that I'm getting Windows line feed characters (^M) on some files when checking out modules from CVS using IntelliJ 4.0 CVS integration tool.
With WinCVS there is command line parameter, --lf, that will use the Unix line feed character when checking out modules. With IntelliJ 3.0.5, I was able to specify this parameter in the global options of the CVS Support-> Advanced tab. Using this in combination with the Line Separator option in IDE Settings, I was able to eliminate any problems with the Windows ^M.
IntelliJ 4.0 does have the Line Separator option within Global Code Style IDE Settings, which I've made sure is set to 'Unix \n'. However, there is no option in the CVS settings that let you specify something about the Line Feed characters.
Anyone experience this problem with 4.0 or have a workaround to get this going?