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Hmmm. I find the $Log:$ comments very useful and would hate to loose that feature. I don't understand what you mean by them creating differences. I would expect the comments to create differences. That is if someone adds a change and a log comment is created for that change then the source code change and the log comment would be the difference, correct? I'm guessing this is not what you're referring to. Thanks, Nick "Tony Hoyle" <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote in message news:ebnush$6n1$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > Nick Duane wrote: >> I ended up writing my own recursive add which got the job done. In >> addition my utility will optionally add the revision comment ($Log:$) to >> many files types (.c, .cpp, .cs, .h, .idl, .rc, .def, .xml (all xml >> files)). > > Avoid $Log$ if you're doing merging - it doesn't merge well at all, since > all the log comments create differences. > > Tony