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Sean Bertinotti wrote: > I have done a trace when checking out the module and I've identified the > file, it was not the file I thought it was. That happens... it's why I asked you to verify :) > I have opened that file in > the repository and it's all garbaged, no CVS header info. It was a > compiled file that shouldn't have been in there. That's very odd, but there could be a few explanations (e.g. extracting the file directly into the repository, bad transfer from one machine to another, or just a plain 'ol bug at some point). Binary files should be just fine -- no problems at all -- but they should *all* have the RCS header information at the top of the RCS file. > Question is how do I > remove it, so that the checkout can carry on and I can clean up the > repository, can I just delete it in the repository? If so then I can > manually do this for each module until all non needed "corrupt" files > get removed. Yes? Yes, you can do that. You might also try using rlog, it may be easier to work with (e.g. go until it bombs, then check that file or the next in line). It sounds like the files you're finding are very corrupt, so there shouldn't be any marginal cases (rlog/log catches most issues with RCS files, but I don't know if it'll get them all). -- Glen Starrett Technical Account Manager, North America March Hare Software, LLC http://march-hare.com/cvspro/