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> > How do you keep track of all of the files you've changed? I use WinCVS > > and I'm beginning to wish for a function that will allow me to make > > something like a "local tag" that I can attach to a series of files, > > then tell CVS to commit or tag or whatever all of them in one fell > > swoop. Is there a way to do something like this now in standard CVS? > > Does CVSNT support that? Anything has to be better than writing the > > files down on a pad of paper and crossing my fingers. > > The closest I can think of is to use TortoiseCVS > (http://www.tortoisecvs.org/), which is a CVS Windows Shell extension. > You can right click your top level directory and select commit. Tortoise > will then show all the files below this that have been modified with > checkboxes next to them. You can then just select the files you want to > commit, enter a message and commit. What's wrong with WinCvs' Flat View? He's already using WinCvs. Just filter "committable files", activate Flat View, select all and commit. I am however under the impression that Robert is looking for something else, kind of a local command cache that will be submitted to the server as a batch. Or did I misunderstand the request? Oliver ----------------------- JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 Y! : ogiesen