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Bryce, > The only error appears to be that cvs update -r branch does not handle > renames. I'm not sure it is worth fixing that... The workaround is > easy enough (use a separate sandbox). > Actually - I think you may have committed at the wrong level: C:\cvs\test\sub5>cvs rename file3.txt file3_renamed.txt cvs rename: Warning: rename is still experimental and may not behave as you would expect C:\cvs\test\sub5>notepad file3_renamed.txt C:\cvs\test\sub5>cvs commit -m "modified and renamed file3.txt to file3_renamed.txt" This should have been: C:\cvs\test\sub5>cd .. C:\cvs\test>cvs commit -m "modified and renamed file3.txt to file3_renamed.txt" sub5 Can you please try that and confirm the expected results are achieve with cvs up -r branch1 then? Regards, Arthur Barrett