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Bryan Leber wrote: > It appears that the act of relocating jar files after branching is > causing this problem. I think this is a CVS issue. I am suspecting that > somehow during this process, CVS is treating the jar file as a Unix file > with a tar/gz extension or something like that and therefore stores it > in different format instead of binary. cvs doesn't know anything special about jar or any other file - you have to tell it what are binary files and what aren't. There are is a list of files it treats as binary by default, and jar is in that list for the current cvsnt. It is not in the list for cvshome cvs and must be added manually. I couldn't really follow what you're doing in your description. Are you adding new jar files based on old ones? In that case you forgot to add them as binary. Tony