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Hi ! I noticed some people having the wish to change the cvs\root file contents of a existing folder structure. It's nothing big, but I made a small program for this purpose for our internal use. Feel free to download it at http://people.freenet.de/hdeppenmeier/CVSRootChangerExe.zip , the (Delphi) source can be found at http://people.freenet.de/hdeppenmeier/CVSRootChangerSrc.zip, and a screenshot can be found at http://people.freenet.de/hdeppenmeier/CVSRootChanger.jpg. The usual disclaimer (commit all your changes, backup your files, use at your own risk, etc.) applies. Just a word to all 'pure cvs' fans : Yes, I know that committing changes, deleting your module on the harddrive and checking it out again is the 'better' way to do it. But as we had to switch our servername, we would have to do that for a larger amount of projects on a larger number of computers. And another word about my favorite cvs frontend WinCVS : No, I could not get the macro for changing the root to work. That's perhaps due to the fact that I refuse to install complete tcl packages or python on every computer in our company. I'm still working with a tcl81.dll copied to every WinCVS installation folder and we will try to stick to WinCVS 1.4b4 as long as possible for that reason. (I really dislike the changes that happened between 1.4b4 and 1.4b6 because they render the existing tcl scripts useless for my configuration and try to force me to install a 10+ MB Python package on every computer). Have a nice day, Henrich. _______________________________________________ Cvsnt mailing list Cvsnt at cvsnt.org http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt https://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/en.asp#downcvs