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> Eric, > > > I've been trying to find some information that can help me > > understand exactly what 3-way conflicts really are. WinCVS > > has an option to produce 3-way conflict files, which I > > believe translates to the -3 switch in CVSNT. > > > > According the the cvsnt docs, -3 switch "Provide 3-way > > conflicts.". However, I have no idea what that means. > > > > I've done a google search on 3way conflicts, but cannot seem > > to find anything relevant anywhere. > > > > Can anyone point me to some useful reference information > > and/or exmaples as to way exactly 3way conflict files are? > > > > Search for '3 way merge' instead: > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merge_(revision_control) Thanks for the link. I know what a 3-way merge is; have used that before myself. However, in WinCVS, on the merge page, there is the option for a 3 way merge (ie: specify 2 different versions), but there is also the option of creating a "3-way conflict" file. I'm not quite sure/clear what that option is for. ie: what's the difference whether or not I enable that option? What does CVS do differently if merging 2 revisions with the switch enabled vs without it? Thanks, Eric _________________________________________________________________ New: Messenger sign-in on the MSN homepage http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9677403