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And why does the "normal" commit works since ages without the Checkin-time request, just the forced one doesn't? -- Best regards, Thomas Singer _____________ SyntEvo GmbH Brunnfeld 11 83404 Ainring Germany www.syntevo.com Tony Hoyle schrieb: > Thomas Singer wrote: >> I'm having a very strange problem with CVSNT 2.5.03.2382 which I can't >> solve >> even after taking a look at the CVSNT sources. I have a simple text file >> (-ko) at the latest revision locally. Then I perform an update with option >> "-kkv" to switch the keyword substitution mode. Now I try to force to >> commit >> it with SmartCVS, but I get the error message shown in the subject. Please >> note, that the file really is at the latest revision. I've compared the >> requests sent to the CVSNT server by SmartCVS and by the CVSNT client (both >> attached) and they differ mostly between the Entry and Modified request. Is >> it required to send the time in the Entry request? Or is the Checkin-time >> request necessary? >> > I believe Checkin-time is necessary since all cvs servers expect it > (except for the import command where it's not sent). cvsnt clients > also send the timestamp in the entries line but only to cvsnt servers. > > Tony