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David Somers wrote: > I've changed some of the behaviour of release. If the file is not > up-to-date, it now displays (unless -q/-Q is specified) a quick status > message (so you can see just what files have been altered). Please note that It can't know that without running on the server - you'd need to write a whole client/server release mechanism to handle that kind of status. The current behaviour is good enough (can't change it too much anyway as frontends rely on its output). If modifying the switch statement works then that's the way to solve it... we only need a count of modified files and exactly how we get that doesn't really matter. Tpny