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"cvs -nq up" is what i use to find all locally modified. Occasionally I use it with a regex like cvs -nq up | findstr /ir /c:"^[MARC]" depending on what I am doing. hth chuck Gerhard Fiedler wrote: > Tom wrote: > > >>Thanks for your help. >>I just found that it uses command: cvs editors > > > Note that with this command you don't see which files are modified in your > sandbox. You see which files have been marked for editing, in any sandbox. > > Both Tortoise and WinCvs use some mechanism to detect which files are > actually modified in the sandbox. Probably they compare the file date with > the one stored in the CVS directory, but I'm not sure. > > Gerhard