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>> Some cvsnt files have a filename keyword where the contents >> are not enclosed in @ characters, for instance: > Yes this is correct. CVSNT is NoT CVS, it has many additional keywords. > CVSNT includes it's own version of the rcs programs like rlog, or you > can use 'cvs rlog' instead of 'rlog'. The only rlog I could find was throwing those errors, and I noticed that adding the @ chars to the string in the filename would make it work. I'll have to schedule an upgrade test but doing that on a production system is not easy. Is rlog from version 2.5.04 "compatible" with a running 2.5.03 system? That is, suppose that I install 2.5.04 for a single user (haven't checked if it's possible!); could I then use that rlog? Alternatively, supposing that somehow whoever installed cvsnt on this system failed to use the corresponding rlog, can I install cvsnt 2.5.03 on the same system for a single user and then just copy that rlog? (I'm kind of new to Linux sys admin tasks!) >> I'm using CVSNT 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2382 on a Linux >> (CentOS) machine. > This is very old - 2.5.04 has been around for a while and 2.5.05 > is in test. This is an old system that I inherited, and you know how it goes: if it ain't broke, don't fix it! :) In this case, my main concern is with a 3rd party product (webcvs) which is more of a commodity than a necessity. Thank you for your answer. Best regards, Fernando Madruga