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I have an RCS repository, that I would like to use under CVSNT. It was actually created from an SCCS repository counterpart, which was being commited to via a specially written tool over the network. So far in testing of the new CVSNT based system I have just copied the RCS repository under CVSNT and it has worked flawlessly. Is this safe however? Could this "plain copy" later result in the whole repository being corrupted? The RCS repository was created on a hpux machine via checkin out files from sccs, and then commiting them to RCS. Commit to RCS was done with the RCS 5.7 (http://www.cs.purdue.edu/homes/trinkle/RCS/). Best regards, El Gringo Blanco