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On Tue, 19 Nov 2002 11:20:25 +0100, "Oliver Giesen" <ogware at gmx.net> wrote: >A little while ago there was some discussion on the CvsGui list about this: >Many people request some kind of visualization of Status or "Query Update" >(aka cvs -n update). In this context I think it would be very useful for GUI >clients if the results of update or status commands would be cached locally, >e.g. in a file that could be called something like ./CVS/Entries.Remote or It's surprisingly hard to do - the client has no idea what the versions on the remote server are and at no time is it sent this information. The text from the update/status is sent directly from the server... I had a look at doing it but decided it was definately non-trivial and would requre some serious hacking, so it's on my 'future' list for now. Tony