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On Fri, 6 Sep 2002 21:04:01 +0700, Alexey Panchenko <alexey at liwest.ru> wrote: >There is a difference in commands: >you use commit -f = "Force the file to be committed; disables recursion." > >And the lockserver logs are different - "Write Recursive Directory" in >my case. > This should be the same, though: cvs commit test2.txt include\16bitheaders.h Checking in test2.txt; f:/data/projects/cvs/Develop/test2.txt,v <-- test2.txt new revision: 1.33; previous revision: 1.32 done Checking in include/16bitheaders.h; f:/data/projects/cvs/Develop/Include/16bitheaders.h,v <-- 16bitheaders.h new revision: 1.27; previous revision: 1.26 done 010 MONITOR Client (#160) localhost||||Logging in 010 MONITOR Client (#160) localhost|monaco|tmh|f:/data/projects/cvs|Active 010 MONITOR Lock (#160) f:/data/projects/cvs/Develop|Write Recursive Directory 010 MONITOR Lock (#160) f:/data/projects/cvs/Develop/Include|Write Recursive Directory 010 MONITOR Lock (#160) f:/data/projects/cvs/Develop|Deleted 010 MONITOR Lock (#160) f:/data/projects/cvs/Develop/Include|Deleted 010 MONITOR Client (#160) localhost|monaco|tmh|f:/data/projects/cvs|Closed Tony