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Hello all, Previously, I had been using CVS-1.11.18 patched by CVSACL-1.2.2 for nearly one year. Recently, I had discovered some problem in the ACL path. I report the issue to the original author of the patch. However, it seems that ACL path project is not being active for more that a year. When I try to track down the source code by myself, I discover there are several possible flaws in the source code (most probably I interpret wrongly, please correct me if I were wrong) For example, at acl.c, line 196 http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/cvsacl/cvsacl/acl.c?rev=1.9&view=markup the string is not freed after being allocated Hence, we decide to choose another solution. The CVS is not within our choice, since it doesn't come with branch permission feature. When we come across CVSNT, it seems like just what we need. However, our major consideration is on migration from CVS repository to CVSNT repository. From the mailing list, I can see there are not major issues while migration CVS repository->CVSNT repository. However, how about migrate from CVS-1.11.18 patched by CVSACL-1.2.2 to CVSNT? Had anyone successfully done that before? I do not have chance to try it out yet. Would like to ask for your comment before I do so. Thank you. cheok __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com