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Chuck Kirschman wrote: > One case where I've seen this is if the file being committed has a mix > of \r and \r\n characters. That can't happen at all on cvsnt - it has safeguards on both the client and server to avoid problems caused by mixed line endings. On the old cvs it was a major problem, especially when people shared sandboxes or used cygwin cvs at the same time as a windows editor. It's one of the reasons we strongly advise not doing either of these things, even now. A resource file is just a text file.. there's nothing special about it so if it was a server problem you'd see it on source files as well - it sounds like there's something else happening on the clients. The only scenario I can think of is something modifying the resource files without modifying the timestamp - which would either require a termninally broken resource editor or trying to use a network share with the sandbox that doesn't record timestamps properly. Tony