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cvsnt 2.0.50 (release candidate) * Don't use RCS files to store temporary permissions. Cures an obscure problem found during live testing (we don't have everyone in 'domain users' but spread across several groups, so RCS files were becoming unwritable... this affects 2.0.41a too but is obscure enough that nobody has encountered it yet). One unobvious side-effect of this is if you upgrade a Unix CVS server to CVSNT you lose all the execute bits, as Unix CVS holds all its permission bits on the RCS files. This is easily fixable with a commit but probably needs documenting somewhere. Tony