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David Somers wrote: > Or alternatively, how about adding a new command line flag so that more > verbose info can be shown? I think its quite useful to be able to run > release and see what files it says are anything but up-to-date. Something like that can be done with -q update already... it's duplication for release (which is the final thing done usually anyway). > I guess you'll also want to zap that small change so "You have [%d] altered > files" does says 'file' when there is only 1 modified file :( > Pity... I hate having to cope with picky frontends but that's the way it goes at the moment. Of course when I implement multilingual CVSNT that'll all be completely changed... Tony