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Looks like that might be a solution, thank you for the explanation. Is there any more automated way, one that does not involve manually copying the directories back and forth ? I'm trying to automate as much as possible. "Bo Berglund" <bo.berglund at telia.com> escribió en el mensaje news:hv79quoh3f4fgrld4rmg0e5pcidncqle8p at 4ax.com... > OK, > in a situation where you are the single user of a module on the server > you can actually do as follows: > 1) Install CVSNT on the laptop (already done, I believe) > 2) Copy the module folder in the repsoitory from the server to the > laptop > 3) Move the module folder on the server from the repository root to > some location outside the CVS repository (for safe keeping) > 4) Change the root of the checked out sandbox using the TCL macro > ChangeRoot(GUI) in WinCvs to point at your local server and > repository. > 5) Work to your heart's delight while on the road and commit as you > used to. These changes will now land in your local CVSNT server. > 6) When you get back home just copy the Module folder from your laptop > repository back to the server repository. > 7) Then reverse the root change in 4 above to now point to the server.