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Mark Levedahl wrote: > "filenames_case_insensitive" in client.c. That change removed the ability > of the client to honor "toss_local_changes": the other patch I sent restores > toss_local_changes to former functionality though may be confusing two > pieces of logic that you feel should be kept seperate. There is a clear > cause in the code changes past 2.0.12a for update -C to fail, and update -C > has worked very reliably for several years across multiple cvs and cvsnt As I wrote a while back, when I first started using cvs, update -C was broke and I never used it again until someone complained it broke a couple of months ago. The code is quite tricky as it needs to handle case sensitivity changes. eg. if there are two files Fred and FRED, then whatever one you check out should be the one that is updated, and the other one should just generate a warning. 'Update -S' essentially reverses this logic so you get the other file - once a case is selected it should be preserved, even across an update -C (which is one good reason not to go around deleting files). The old Unix code would simply alternate randomly between files, which wasn't particularly useful. As it is it seems to work well enough, but could really do with server-side support, which may be added at some point. Tony