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Eric, > Bad news is that if I try to execute some of the .exe in winrel/ directory > (such as cvs.exe, rlog.exe, etc.), I get the following error msg: > The procedure entry point xmlSaveToBuffer could not be located in the > dynamic link library libxml2.dll. I Can't remember ever seeing that. It probably means that your search path is wrong - either during build or (more likely) when you exec. ie: if in build it finds libxml2.lib in /cvsbin then you need to make sure that /cvsbin (or wherever libxml2.dll) is in the PATH first at runtime. > Furthermore, this may sound like a real novice / beginner question > (remember, I have become a Java webapp programmer these days - haven't > desgined/built Win apps in some 15 yrs), but how can I test that the build > was successful and that my executables actually work properly? Just copy the binaries over the top of the existing install. Tony's and my own dev machines usually don't have an actual 'install' of CVSNT on them, we just have the paths etc setup. > tried to open the _cvsnt.cpl file, but got nothing out of that. There should be a cvsnt.cpl file that you can just double click to start the control panel. Regards, Arthur