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Bo Berglund wrote: I am fine now, but I still think it needs fixing in CVSNT, because I > can see a lot of problems for the people using PERL for loginfo > handling to get values out of the registry and juggling that around in > order to supply working links to CvsWeb or ViewCvs... > I can probably work out a way of sorting the root in loginfo, but both CvsWeb and ViewCvs should be case insensitive on NT, because you can't solve case issues on the client always. For example it's perfectly possible for me to checkout the 'cvsroot' module on NT, which is different from the 'CVSROOT' module, but also exactly the same module... Filenames can also have their case munged in different ways. The CVS/Root file is generated by the client, which has no idea what case the server is using for its repository, so that can't be changed. Tony