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The Visual Studio 7 project produces cvslock.exe, but the Visual Studio 6 project produces lockservice.exe. Khaled "Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message news:alpkpv$vvv$1 at sisko.nothing-on.tv... > On Wed, 11 Sep 2002 17:05:07 +0000, Khaled Agrama wrote: > > > 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? > > The project is called lockservice, but it generates cvslock.exe (I changed > the name after writing it). It shouldn't create a lockservice.exe. > > Tony >