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Hi all, Assume that; There are machines which IP 10.200.10.11 (my machine) IP 10.200.10.12 (server which has cvsroot ) and my application server is 10.200.10.12 too. I am getting a copy by using checkout command. Then, I am changing some parts of code and, I am executing 'commit' command to make the original source updated. But CVS just updates ,v files such as main.class,v instead of main.class At that situation, there is no real code update. because of my application doesn't care the ,v files. Is there any way to do a real update by using cvs? On the other hand, I have an idea which is not succeeded by me because of an unknown key-point. Idea: I am using 'cvs -d RESPOSITORY update ' to update mu local copy. But, is there any parameter for using "cvs -d RESPOPSITORY update -xxx remote_copy_addr" (realize that -xxx is made up by me) ??? thanks for all... Kaan Erdemir