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Tom wrote: > What if you are in a condition that the wrongly submitted information is > farely inpropriate to see by other users, some more example could be (though > exaggerated): you are a CIA agent hide as a programer and submit your > profile by mistake into the cvs. (...haha :0 ), and in this situation you do > want to roll back. Though in most cases it is rarely needed to do the roll > back, but with this flexibility could protect privacy like this. Lock the offending, uneducated user(s) out of the system with proper ACLs first: cvs chacl -u gbush -a none cvs chacl -u dcheney -a none ... etc ... ... Then retire the CIA agent because if they make a mistake that bad, they shouldn't be undercover anymore anyway! Seriously, you can still roll back as long as you're careful. Backup your repository first! It's a function that isn't likely to go away, it's just a practical necessity IMHO. That said, I'm not the product manager for CVSNT, Arthur is. Regards, -- Glen Starrett Technical Account Manager, North America March Hare Software, LLC http://march-hare.com/cvspro/