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I would like to get some information on the filename with the ,t at the
end.  Under the CVS directory where Entries, Repository, Root files are
located, I now have some files with a comma t extension that have 0 data
in the file.  Is this some type of temp file?

Can you tell me how they got there or why and what happens if they are
removed?  I have tried to find information on them at various web sites,
but have had no luck.

THANKS in advance for any information.



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