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Garyl, > One thing that's different than most is this > file was renamed and moved to a different directory > at some point Was that with "cvs rename" ? > and the initial revision is 1.26. But starting a > file with a specific revision number should work Yes it *should* but it is not recommended and probably not tested for years. > Are there any tools to analyze the ,v file in > more detail or to repair it? You've done it already - "cvs log" is the way to analyze the ,v file... > P.S. I'm running CVSNT 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2151 > on Windows Server 2000. If possible please upgrade to 2.5.03.2382 - but it probably wont fix this... If it still occurs - send the RCS file to support at march-hare.com and we will file it and put it on the bug list. We won't look at it for a while - but we'll never look at it unless we have a test set... Regards, Arthur