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Chris Delaney wrote: > We have a user that did a reserve edit on a file and left town without > checking it back in. So we get: > Is there anyway to remove that reserve edit? The intent is to remove the > reserve edit and continue working as usual and have the first person > manually incorporate her changes when she returns. Have a repo admin try the -u option of the unedit command <http://www.cvsnt.org/manual/html/unedit.html> The global option -H is also helpful: <P:\>62>cvs -H unedit Usage: cvs unedit [-lRwy] [-r] [-u user] [-b bug] [-m message] [files...] -b <bugid> Unedit only files related to bug -l Local directory only, not recursive -m <message> Specify reason for unedit -r Revert file only, don't unedit -R Process directories recursively -u <username> Unedit other user (repository administrators only) -w Leave file writable after unedit -y Force unedit of modified file (Specify the --help global option for a list of other help options) Gerhard