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We're using CVSNT (build 57f) with WinCVS 1.3 (beta 9). On one machine (and only that machine), there is a problem with the "diff" function of WinCVS. This function apparently works with the "-p" flag to send the output to stdout, from which it is presumably being redirected to a temporary file so that WinCVS has greater control of where the file is being written. The problem on this machine is that the cvs operations take an extremely long time -- close to a minute for a 60 KB file. Using the "-p" option from the command line version of CVS produces a similarly long wait. All other (more "normal") operations operate quickly on that machine, and that operation works quickly on all other local computers -- all of which are configured the same way as the laggard. Has anyone seen something similar or can suggest a solution? -- Curt Hagenlocher curth at motek.com