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Howdy --

I'm modifying a script which keeps 
two repositories in sync by getting a list
of all mods/files in 2 CVS controlled areas.

Whie reading CVS/Entries.* files, I've noticed
entries with A or R in the first field tend to
only be modules (dirs). 

Through various co's and updates and ci's and deletes
and whatnot, I cannot get the temporary Entries.X files
to contain an add or remove entry on the file level.

So, is it safe to assume that the temporary Entries
files operate only on the module level?

Muchos grathias.

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