* undo doesn't work on `Removed' files. Use add instead. * unmark-up doesn't work on the last entry. use `u' instead. * examine sometimes gives `need merge' instead of `unresolved conflicts'. This is due to CVS giving ambiguous output. It's easy to fix CVS, it's much harder to guess what it meant. You can circumvent the bug by typing `s' to force pcl-cvs to do a `cvs status' on the file which will then get the correct status. * cvs-mode-rtag is completely brain-dead. * cvs-client-1.10 with cvs-server-1.9 (or older) breaks. You need (setq cvs-execute-single-dir t) in your .emacs * Michael Kifer says that M-u scrolls the buffer up so that the `updating buffer' message can't be seen anymore. * calling cvs-mode-idiff on a directory gives garbage. don't do it! * Michale Kifer reports that sometimes the cvs process doesn't get killed when the *cvs* buffer gets killed. This can then lead to error messages complaining the process' output buffer doesn't exist anymore.