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Jim Hyslop wrote: > 'loginfo' is supposed to create a temporary copy of the files being > checked in, on the server. It does not, however, create any files that > contain RCS keywords (well, OK, to be precise I've only tried it with > $Id$ and $Revision$). No it doesn't, it's an artefact of the client/server protocol. In client/server mode what you're seeing is the local copy of the relevant parts of the sandbox. That will include only files that are changed.. an unchanged file will not exist there. The file does exist - you can tell because the commit actually succeeds.. if it wasn't there then it wouldn't succeed. If you don't see a file assume that no significant changes have been done to it. Tony