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On Fri, 8 Sep 2006 09:33:04 -0400, "Bryan Leber" <bryan.leber at fischerinternational.com> wrote: >I have recently set up a test server and installed CVS on it. One thing >im not sure of is how to exactly get the source code into the >repository. Right now I just copied and pasted it into the module >folder, but I read somewhere you aren't to do this. Can anyone tell me >the commands to import it You are right that is not how it works. I would *really* advice that you read up on the bare basics of CVS before you start using it. THe CVS repository does not even hold regular files, it is a database of sorts and all files are so called RCS files which each hold the complete revision history of the file that you put under source control. Not a single user should *ever* access the CVS repository directly, you should *always* go via cvs commands. Reading: http://cvsbook.red-bean.com/cvsbook.html (got me started) http://ikon.as/wincvs-howto/ (about WinCvs usage with CVS) HTH /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)