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Tom wrote: > I would like to examine the check-in to find out which files are changed in > it, but unfortunatelly, I didn't find how to do this. How do you guys solve > this problem? Is there a simple command accomplish this? I'm not sure I understand what you want. If you want to examine which files are to be committed before they actually are being committed, TortoiseCVS and WinCvs (and probably most other GUI wrappers) allow this rather comfortably.