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Is it worth adding a page to the Wiki summarising the advantages of CVSnt over Linux (Collabnet) CVS? Off the top of my head, these are the areas I could think of: - Merge tracking via mergepoint attribute - Support for :sspi: authentication, i.e. users can use existing Windows domain accounts / passwords, rather than :pserver: and local password files - Branch and file ACLs can be used to fine-tune access restrictions - Directory browsing via cvs ls [-lR] - Lock server on a second port (2402) that replaces filesystem-based locks - Runs as an NT service with a Windows control panel applet for easy configuration (CVSROOT/config scripts etc. still used though) - More sophisticated / extra triggers available e.g. postcommit. JK -- http://www.yellowradio.com/ If technology doesn't seem like magic, it's probably obsolete.