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Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 05:25:24 -0400

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Subject: generate files from server and client can update?
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it is possible to create files in the server side(
under CVS control). when client update, those files
can launch to client side.( linux box used for server
and windows 2000 used for client)


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