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Michel Terrisse wrote: > So the exit code is not reliable. I have found that, too. It can be surprising... > Why does cvsnt return 0 when it fails ? I think one problem may be that "failure" is different depending on what you are looking for. Rather than a two-value "fail/ok" result, a more elaborate result code might be required, and failure would then be defined as greater than a certain threshold. Or maybe even a bitmap rather than various levels. > Is there any way to detect that the command has failed ? I think the only way is to parse the textual output. You'd have to implement a more fine-grained result code in a script. Gerhard