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> David Somers wrote: > > > > Here is the command the I run: > > > > # cvs commit -m "merge 2.6.0" > > > > Here's the head of the .in log > > > > > > Argument prj > > Argument -m > > Argument merge 2.6.0 > > Argument -- > > What is 'prj'? > > It's being added to the arguments before the -m so breaking it. It's > not one of the files (they're sent after the '--'). As you can see from the command that I run, *I'm* not putting prj on the command line. Here's the scenario: # cd ~/sandpit/wx242 # cvs import -d -ko -I! -m "load 242" prj/wxWidgets WXWIDGETS WX_2_4_2 # cd ~/sandpit/wx260 # cvs import -d -ko -I! -m "load 260" prj/wxWidgets WXWIDGETS WX_2_6_0 # cd ~/tmp (note ~/tmp is empty) # cvs co -j WX_2_4_2 -j WX_2_6_0 prj/wxWidgets (so you end up with ~/tmp/prj/wxWidgets/.... # cvs common -m "merge 2.6.0" So, for some reason, cvsnt is somehow putting 'prj' onto the list of arguments. Cheers, David.