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On Tue, 14 Jan 2003 09:53:30 +0100, Andreas Tscharner <andreas.tscharner at metromec.ch> wrote: > >But on D:\MyProject, the file foo.c is still treated as text file and >still has keyword substitution on. In the "Entries" file, I find: >/foo.c/1.2/<Date>// > >Is this a bug or a feature? ;-) > A bit of both... changing -k flags is a funny business, and doesn't always do what you'd expect. Really you shouldn't really change the -k flag for anything that's had more than one revision in it. Tle latest build will automatically update the local file if you change the -k on the repository. This doesn't solve the biggest problem - that the -k flags aren't versioned, so the file history becomes invalid (or at least incorrect). Tony