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Stared at LockParse.cpp for a while and it looked fine. So I built my own lockserver.exe and replaced the cvslock.exe that came with 57h with the one I built. Surprisingly, the problem went away. Took a look at the cvs labels on LockParse.cpp and according to the label 57H should be the same one I built. But somehow it appears that the 57h executable was built with an older version of the file (possibly the previous, which doesn't have the special case code). Also, why is the one I built called lockservice.exe but the released version called cvslock.exe? Khaled. "Khaled Agrama" <kagrama at hotmail.com> wrote in message news:aloj5f$ieb$1 at sisko.nothing-on.tv... > Hi, > > Any news on the 57h lockserver bug previously posted to the group? I am > able to reproduce it quite easily by commiting from a top level directory > (without -f) or commiting several files within different directories (also > without -f)... > > Khaled. > >