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Hello, version : Client: Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2260 (client/server) -- through tortoise Server: Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2382 (client/server) I'm making a reporting application for the developers where I need to see all the files edited and unknown to CVS. I can accomplish this through both cvs status -q -q -R and cvs update -n -q. However, when a file is in edit (we use watched to force every developer to do an edit before they start editing), but not modified yet, it still mentions that the partical file is "up-to-date". Is there a way to see that this file is no longer read-only (but preferrable another way than checking the read-only flag, because we have several thousand files, and I don't feel the urge to check them one by one, because the developer wants to see his report as fast as possible) TIA! Met vriendelijke groeten, Cordialement, Regards, DRIES FEYS ICT-DEPARTMENT Systeem/Helpdesk: Senior Software Engineer **** DISCLAIMER **** <A HREF="http://www.tvh.be/newen/pages/emaildisclaimer.html"> http://www.tvh.be/newen/pages/emaildisclaimer.html </A> "This message is delivered to all addressees subject to the conditions set forth in the attached disclaimer, which is an integral part of this message."