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i remain the editor - why ???

i remain the editor - why ???

i remain the editor - why ???

(OP)
Hello *,

i use CVS for a while now and had no prolems with it so far.. But now there is a big problem. When i try to commit and unedit a source file, and afterwards i check who the editor of the file is (with editors), i get the answer, that i remained the editor. This happens without any error messages when i issue the commit, unedit commands.

It was not me who configured this CVS repository, i do not know anything about it. I am just an ordinary user of it and i can not reach those people who did the configuration. I use mainly the following commands - nothing special:

add
commit
edit
unedit
editors

(I use commit and unedit always together. )

What could have happened, that has changed my configuration?? Any help kindly appreciated.

heeeep

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