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I am writing my own C# client code so it could be my fault. Every time I commit a file I get a response where the date part is empty, everything else seems normal. An ls command for example will return valid dates. Note that I am not talking about the entries file using the cvs.exe client, I am writing code that is executing the CVS commands and the response I get back from the server does not contain the date (processing the "Checked-in" response) I am using build 72 and the ntserver protocol -- Regards, JuanC "Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message news:b2u2b7$4ml$1 at sisko.nodomain.org... > JuanC wrote: > > > I have noticed that lately cvsnt returns an entry with no date when > > commiting files, is this by design ? > > > > I think previous builds returned the "server file-date" when commiting. > > All my entries lines have a date (except the directories of course). Is > there any particular sequence you're using that causes it? > > Tony > > >