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> On Mon, 12 May 2003 14:00:31 +0200, "Torsten Martinsen" <torsten at tiscali.dk> > wrote: > > >Unfortunately (in the experience of me and my colleagues) it makes no > >difference if you exclude .cpp etc. > > > Really? The problem is NAV attempting to virus scan the temporary files which > locks them unexpectedly... I'd have thought switching it off for .cpp would > work (there being no point in trying to virus scan a source file). Exactly, but apparently NAV is so broken that it still accesses the file, just to see if it REALLY has extension .cpp. > TBH Norton could fix this by only attempting to virus scan during idle time - > they're immediately locking the file so short lived temporary files get > completely screwed up. They have said they have no intention of fixing it, > though. Yeah, I have also used a lot of time corresponding with Symantec support, without any success. I have been thinking about patching CVSNT to retry the move operation a few times, as I think this would fix the problem (arguably in the wrong place, but many people are stuck with NAV or other products which have the same problem). -Torsten