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Sven.Fondel at np-gmbh.com wrote: > i thought with the "cvs co -c" command should all modules in a repository > be displayed. The MODULES file is manually created, since it can include aliases and ampersand lines as well. You can use 'cvs ls' to get a directory at any given point in the repository (with more modern cvsnt distros). Conceivably you could write a script which parsed the output of that to create a MODULES file. I believe the latest WinCVS (1.3.11.something) does 'cvs ls' for you when you press the "..." gadget during Checkout. John