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Chuck Kirschman wrote: > I've noticed that newer versions of cvsNT ignore .dll, .exe, etc. files > when doing a "cvs -nq up" or similar. I have to assume this is a bow to > Microsoft's practice of putting the output into the source tree. But cvs doesn't ignore anything during updates. If you add a dll file then it uses it. By default it ignores them during import (and a whole lot of other file types) as they are compiler output and most people don't store those - but there's nothing to stop you adding and using them if you want, or changing the defaults. Tony