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I've read the various manuals, etc, where I once read about it, but I can't find any longer the information on how CVSNT deals with files in the various Unicode encodings (single and double byte). Will such a file be stored and retrieved correctly using a :local: CVSROOT on Windows 2000 with the current CVSNT release client executable? Or do I need to treat it as a binary file? What about keyword expansion in a double-byte encoding? -- // // Michel Joly de Lotbinière (please delete // the DELETE in my email address // if you wish to reply to me directly.) //