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However even with the $ removed it still doesn't work but I may have discovered why. (Unfortunately my understanding of regular expressions is almost non existent. Soooo... complicated. They give me a head ache.) I have switched on output to a log file in the registry and played a hunch with the following settings. Repository: C:\CVSNTRepos\Main\ThirdParty (Main=3DRepository, ThirdParty=3DModule) keywords file: All Author %a ... ... ^ThirdParty Author %C ^DefaultWrappers Author %C When adding and subsequently commit a file called 'DefaultWrappers9.txt' containing $Author$ in the 'ThirdParty' module/directory I obtained the results I required. However looking at the trace [snip below] it appears (unless I am reading it wrong) that it was the *filename* not the module name that caused it to work. I have subsequently tried more directory levels below the module and find that they are all stripped prior to being passed for keywords parsing. Am I right? Surely this must be incorrect as I don't think specifying all the files by name would be very convenient. :) Thanks for your help, Andy. [snip]... 15:33:58: S -> default_trigger: parse_keywords(CVSROOT/keywords,DefaultWrappers9.txt,v) 15:33:58: S -> Regexp match: ALL - DefaultWrappers9.txt,v 15:33:58: S -> ALL section found 15:33:58: S -> Regexp match: ^ThirdParty - DefaultWrappers9.txt,v 15:33:58: S -> Regexp match: ^DefaultWrappers - DefaultWrappers9.txt,v 15:33:58: S -> Match found! 15:33:58: S -> run keywords trigger 15:33:58: S -> run_trigger()