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Hi, I am new to this so bear with me. ; )
I am trying to write VB code that at one point has to update files 
from a CVS repository.
I guess I could just use the shell command:
shell ( cvs update ... > file )

The redirect is so that I can keep track of which files are updated, 
but I was wondering if that through OLE Automation if any objects 
were accessibly in CVS or if at least some functions were available 
through a dll.
Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.

Edwin Kim

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