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Michael Flad wrote: > I use watches for a few non mergable files edited by multiple persons > and it works great so far. > The problem I had with the other files seems to be Tortoise related > as soon as it's configured to use any kind of edit options it seems > to add the -x flag for new binary files added to a repository. You can configure your server to ignore client side "k" wrappers and adjust your server's cvswrappers file to handle any file types you use that aren't in the standard list. Use "cvs info cvswrappers" to check what the server settings currently are. > But that doesn't belong to this group and given your help I can easily > fix those cases. Maybe not, but it's a problem of inconsistency -- if you used multiple client types you might have the same file type come in several different ways. It quickly becomes a server problem in that case. Regards, -- Glen Starrett Technical Account Manager, North America March Hare Software, LLC http://march-hare.com/cvspro/