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Hi again Manikandan, what is your problem with the modules command? I guess that you know by now that the only thing this does is listing the contents of the CVSROOT/modules file (except the stuff that is commented out in this file). The modules file is NOT automatically updated in any way, it must be manually maintained by a CVS admin, and this is very seldom done.... So if you want to list the available modules on the server then the best bet is to use the cvs ls command instead. It is available in recent versions of CVSNT and it does the listing using various command line switches: Usage: cvs ls [-q] [-e] [-l] [-R] [-r rev] [-D date] [modules...] -q Quieter output. -e Display in CVS/Entries format. -l Display all details. -R List recursively. -r rev Show files with revision or tag. -D date Show files from date. One of these days someone at WinCvs will have created a repository browser using this command... /Bo -----Original Message----- From: Arulmanikandan [mailto:arulman at yahoo.co.uk] Sent: den 4 juni 2002 09:08 To: bosse at agiusa.com Subject: Thanks Hi, Yes now everything works fine except get the cvs modules command of Admin menu .Thanks for your continuing and tireless help to me.once again i wish to thank you. Regards Manikandan _______________________________________________ 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