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"Arthur Barrett" <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote in message news:foos3k$h86$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > Tony I believe uses the "put an assert() somewhere early and then break > into it with the debugger" method because he's smart (and generally tries > to avoid HPUX). Hmmm... not sure how that works. I tried building in Debug mode, and put an assert( false ) at the start of my method, but all I get is an Assert() error msg - Do you want to Abort, Ignore, Retry? If I try attaching the debugger to the cvs.exe process at that point, it just seems to hang - no matter which option I chose (Abort, Ignor, or Retry). The CVS output just hangs until I manually terminate the process. Am I doing something wrong? Is this the only way? Am I missing something obvious? Doesn't that mean that every iteration you have to go through this whole thing? (generate alert error, attach process, continue, etc.) Tx, Eric