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Tony Hoyle wrote: > John Peacock wrote: >> I define required as "the program runs with this file present and >> doesn't work if the file is absent" which was the experience I had... > > To be more constructive: What actually failed? And can you clarify > that we are talking about dbghelp.dll (which we use, loaded as part of > the exception handle) not dbghlp.dll (which we don't use or have any use > for). Sorry, dbghlp.dll was a typo on my part. If I rename DbgHelp.dll and run 'cvs --version' I get a requester titled "Unable to Locate DLL" with a listing of my path statement. I get no other output whatsoever (which I why I assume that cvs is broken without this DLL). This may only be a problem on NT... John