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I'm in the process of switching my team's source control from SourceSafe to CVS (using CVSNT). Everything has gone great, but there's been one little issue that's bugged me. When I invoke "cvs release -d somedir" on a directory where I know all my changes have been committed, I get the message "You have  altered files in this repository." If I abort the release, switch to somedir, and run "cvs -q -n update", CVS doesn't find any altered files. After some more experimentation, I found that "cvs release -d" would always report one altered file, no matter how many files had actually been altered. Have I missed something somewhere? When accessing the repository from Solaris (client version 1-11-1p1), it seems to report the correct number of altered files. This is a small issue, everything else seems to work fine. But it's bugging me, and possibly I've missed something. Lance Peterson VERTICORE TECHNOLOGIES www.verticore.com -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: http://www.cvsnt.org/pipermail/cvsnt/attachments/20030115/72ecfd7e/attachment.htm