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Axel Eckenberger wrote: > C:\temp\test\DataProv\MDirProv2>cvs commit -m "none" -r 2.0 AssemblyInfo.cs > Checking in AssemblyInfo.cs; > cvs [commit aborted]: revision `2.0' does not exist You can't do this. 2.0 is a 'reserved' number by RCS and you can't create a revision with that number anyway, plus you can't use commit -r to create it (import will create 2.x.x branches if it has to). Don't use -r to specify revisions. Revision numbers are internal to CVS and shouldn't changed. Use tags to mark specific revisions instead. Yomu