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Tony Hoyle wrote: > Yes it does - it's a mandatory part of the install (it's dbghelp.dll). It wasn't installed by the installer on this machine. Please check your install script dependencies for NT4. > This never worked anyway due to a bug in perl (it couldn't read stdin > when passed in that way). It always worked fine here; perhaps it was a problem with people using @ARG and not magic "shift" to retrieve the commandline options (shift will take stuff from STDIN if you run out of commandline). > Is W: a network drive? No, it is a large local drive that I changed the drive letter on. > This feature works - I use it regularly as do many others. I have no doubt that you do, but it doesn't work here and I got no output about what it was having a problem with. If it logs something when "verbose" is turned on, I couldn't find it. Can you describe a little more in detail how this feature works? If it just updates the entire tree starting at the matching line, then I'll keep using my Perl script (which only updates the portion of the subtree where the commit happened). What does the "Verbose output" do and where does it send that information? > 3. It's working as advertised. What did you expect to happen? I expected that 'cvs up' in a _working copy_ wouldn't be considered a server command, since it doesn't change the server contents. The postcommand documentation is a little sparse (it might have helped if the docs pointed to the commit-files.html#syntax page as well as explained whether commands would be on the command line or sent via STDIN). John