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Gordon Boast wrote: > A hearty thanks to all who have commented on this problem. I understand what > is happening and was able to correct the immediate problem. > > But, (there is always a but, isn't there:-) > > Arthur Barrett was exactly correct -- going forward, I would like to get > *all* of the files to checkout so that they don't need an editor. > > I have read the article that Torsten Martinsen offered: > https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1954390&group_id=4 > 8103&atid=451972 > > As I stated in the original email, I access the repository with TortoiseCVS > (version 1.10.6). As far as I can see, there is no way to do what the > referenced article says in TortoiseCVS. > > I have tried to run the commands: (from the article) > > cvs update -kcx myfilename > cvs commit -f "Remove -kcx" myfilename > > from a command (cmd) window but receive an error message that "cvs knows > nothing about myfilename" And do you in fact have a file called 'myfilename' under CVS control in that directory? -Torsten