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Interesting, guess I'll have to use some other deep copy mechanism unless there is some easy way to make CVS provide a valid stdin handle. Thanks, for the info that was really bothering me. Matt S. "Glen Starrett" <grstarrett at cox.net> wrote in message news:d8n5j3$feb$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > Tony Hoyle wrote: > >> And amazingly, if I use the copy command instead of xcopy then the > >> files do get copied when run from postcommand! > >> > > Wierd... > > > > Maybe xcopy is checking its terminal status or something.. > > YES!! That's it -- I remembered something from before about that, but > not related to CVSNT. > > A quick Google refers me to a blog entry mentioning how XCOPY checks for > STDIN to be present or it "just doesn't run" (at the end of the post). > > http://blogs.msdn.com/khen1234/archive/2005/4/25.aspx > > > -- > Glen Starrett