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if I remove ALL code from my program and simply create a blank class with appropriate event handlers, I still have the same problem. When running CVS from the command line (I normally use SmartCVS) I get the same error, but "cvs [commit aborted]: end of file from server (consult above messages if any)" also appears if this is of any help. In windows if I try to attach a debugger, I get a little more information. It say "Unexpected end of ZLIB input stream". "Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message news:cl19jh$4dq$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > Phil Swartzell wrote: > > There is no crash dump generated. When I commit I get an error messagebox > > stating that there was an unhandled Win32 exception in cvs.exe. The only > > option is to ok the message which then closes. > > That shouldn't happen, but then COM always was bit wierd when it came to > exceptions (there's a registry setting to make it behave better but I've > forgotten it and can't find the article on MSDN any more). This does > however imply that the error is within COM server and not inside cvs itself. > > Short of running a debug build of cvsnt and seeing if you can persuade > it to break at the right point, I'm not sure what to suggest.. > > Tony