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Hi Tony, thanks for your answer - but "cvs ls" did not work - unknown command to cvs. So I have two new questions: 1.) Do the later versions (later than 188.8.131.52) of cvsnt include a macro or an command to get the module names? (With "getting the names of the modules" I mean, that the user who just uses WinCVS can find out the modules which his or her colleagues had committed to CVS ). 2.) What do you mean with "manually editing the CVSROOT/modules file so that the macro work"? Which file could be manually edited? Which macro would then work ? Thanks a lot for your answers. Lucia Kaeser