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Having just switched to cvsnt from a different cvs client I immediately ran into the problem that I can no longer edit or unedit when offline. I found this discussed and dismissed 4 years ago. As a user who is mostly offline the fact that edit creates a local copy thus allowing a comparison of changes whilst offline, as well as ability to unedit if necessary, is VERY valuable. This behaviour people are asking for is only what it says in cederqvist... "When using client/server cvs, you can use the cvs edit and cvs unedit commands even if cvs is unable to successfully communicate with the server; the notifications will be sent upon the next successful cvs command." I see you have dropped that paragraph from your doc. I guess I will have to investigate writing some macros to do the same thing - this is a big disappointment - tools that just install and work are preferable to those you have to finish off yourself. IMO you gave the original emailer the bum's rush. And I expect no better. But if you're trying to keep track of what people think on this issue, please note that offline working still happens. Pete Disclaimer: The contents of this E-mail plus any attachment is intended for the use of the addressee only and is confidential, proprietary and may be privileged. It will not be binding upon Trace Group plc or any group company (Trace). Opinions, conclusions, contractual obligations and other information in this message in so far as they relate to the official business of Trace must be specifically confirmed in writing by Trace. If you are not the intended recipient you must not copy this message or attachment, use or disclose the contents to any other person, but are requested to telephone or E-mail the sender and delete the message and any attachment from your system. Trace takes all reasonable precautions to ensure that no virus or defect is transmitted via this e mail, however Trace accepts no responsibility for any virus or defect that might arise from opening this E-mail or attachments.