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Hello. I'm using CVSNT to host XCode projects - the CVSNT server version is 2.5.03.2382 for Linux and the client version is 2.5.03.2382 for Mac Intel. The CVSNT server is set with permission restrictions for every folder, however, i'm positive that my user is able to access the folder where the projects are hosted. I'm aware that XCode doesn't support module and project creation on CVS, so I'm adding the initial project files using another CVS client - SmartCVS. Trying to enable SCM for an XCode project, I was able to access the repository, but I could not checkout, import or browse it's contents (the buttons on XCode were all grayed out) and the access log in XCode showed a lot of errors (red cross icons) on the performed operations (list), but no text error was specified (I only see the red cross icons). However, I can checkout the project using SmartCVS and then open it on XCode, where I'm able to successfully commit any changes I made. The problem is that I'm having trouble creating new files within the project and adding them to the repository in XCode (which I know is supported), specifically, XCode doesn't give me an option to add the file to the repository (the option is actually grayed out). I know this is not a problem with XCode, as I'm able to do all those operations error-free using a CVSdude account, so I'm quite sure this is some problem with my CVSNT server. I was wondering if anyone has previously had this kind of problem or if there is a known solution for it. Thanks in advance, André de Brito