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The following problem was posted on the TortoiseCVS web site, with a response to the effect that the problem is caused by CVSNT and not TortoiseCVS. Consequently, I would like to seek opinions from the CVSNT experts. TortoiseCVS version: 1.10.7 CVSNT version: 2.5.03 (build 2382) OS: Windows XP SP2 CVS server: 1.11.5 (client/server) on HP Tru64 Our repository is configured with watching enabled so that developers have to do a "cvs edit" after checkout in order to make the file writable. This action also sets temporary watching on the file for this developer. We could often have the following scenario: - user A checks out a file, issues a "cvs edit" and starts editing. - user B checks out the same file but does not edit the file, ie. it stays read-only. - user B releases the file. In TortoiseCVS version 1.10.7, the release action by user B is triggering the temporary unedit watch and sending email to user A, despite the fact that user B never edited the file. In TortoiseCVS version 1.8.29 which we have been using up till now, the scenario described above does not trigger the temporary unedit watch. TortoiseCVS version 1.8.29 comes with CVSNT version 2.5.03 (build 2260). Triggering of temporary unedit watches at the time of release when one or more files are released should not be occurring on read-only files (ie. files for which the developer has not issued a "cvs edit" or for which the developer has previously issued a "cvs unedit"). Could this observed difference in behaviour be attributable to the different builds of CVSNT for the different versions of TortoiseCVS as has been suggested? Alf. -- Alf Pearce Student System Project Telephone: (03) 8344 2826 Fax: (03) 8344 9493 The University of Melbourne Email: alfp at unimelb.edu.au Disclaimer: <http://ariel.its.unimelb.edu.au/~alfp/disclaimer/>