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> the result is fifty-fifty :)) looks like the server still ignore wrappers, > but predefined extensions are processing well so the now my question is - > are my tests and resumes correct or I miss something ? > >How are you passing the wrapper info? On the command line? Yes, I pass the wrappers just as a command line string, like cvs import -I ! -I CVS -W "*.EXE -k 'b'" -W "*.gif -k 'b'" -W "*.odd_extension -k 'b'" -W "*.rar -k 'b'" -W "*.zip -k 'b'" -W "*.zuxx -k 'b'" -m 'no message' test VendorTag release0015 > >If you are passing on the command line, did you configure the server to >ignore client-side wrappers? hm... sorry, I don't understand what do you mean, I have just reread "cvsnt-Concurrent Version System.pdf" and haven't found nothing about how I can ignore or don't client-side wrappers, do you mean "-W !" option or "CVSROOT/cvswrappers" confuguration file or what ? ... could you explain this point ? may be it is my problem :)) thank a lot in advance sy konstantin