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Hi all, I'm having a strange problem and I don't know what to do....here is my situation: I want to checkout ONE file to a directory in my web server, do some processing with the file and then commit the changes. For that I'm using the command: cvs -d :ssh:<username>@<server>:/cvsntroot checkout -d path_to_local_dir -- path_to_cvs_file This works fine at the first time that I checkout a file to my local directory. When I try to checkout ANOTHER file to the SAME local directory I get the following message: cvs server: warning: <file> is not (any longer) pertinent If I delete the local directory and checkout again the thing works well again...but I want to do processing of several files, so I don't think that deleting the directory between each checkout and commit is a very good idea.... Does anyone knows what's wrong in here and what can I do to get this working as I imagined? Best regards, Nuno