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On Fri, 6 Dec 2002 16:55:07 +0200, "Lionello Lunesu" <lionello.lunesu at crystalinter.remove.com> wrote: >Hi... > >I also get a lot of these lately: >cvs [update aborted]: cannot rename file .new.citk_BitmapExport.h to >citk_Bitmap >Export.h: No such file or directory > >I have to run 'update' 20 times to get all files... > >server W2KS+build62+NTFS; client WXPPro+build62+NTFS, using pserver and >lock-server. > >Might this be my local virusscanner? (allthough I have .cpp and .h excluded, >but maybe it doesn't understand the .new.?) > > That's wierd. It looks like the temporary file that cvs builds the checked out revisions in is disappearing in the fraction of a second between cvs creating it, and cvs renaming it (the .new. file is built on the client). If something like that happened on the server it might explain the delta text problems as well. Tony