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Onur Gungor wrote: > I encounter with a strange problem. We use cvsnt for 3 months and > yesterday I create a new file in an existing module. Everyone who has > right to access the module can get the file with cvs update and can > track the changes on the revisions but on the server side (for backup) I > checked the repository and can not find the last created file!!! Then I > crete a new module and add some files to see if the problem exists only > the previous module but unfortunately I am not able to see the new > created files on the server neither the old module nor the new created > one!!! You need to not only 'add', but 'commit' the files as well. The add command tells CVS that you want this file to be stored in the repository, but doesn't send it. Commit sends the file. Regards, -- Glen Starrett