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WinCVS says No CVSROOT when I try commit.

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I upgraded to WinCVS 1.3.20.1 and now when I try to commit files, I get an error saying No CVSROOT. They have removed that from the Admin/Preferences dialogs. Does anyone know where to enter the CVSROOT?
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you can set in from Remote->Checkout Modules , though whether it will use that for previously checked out source I don't know
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It seems there is a bug in 1.3.20.1. I downgraded to .17 and that works fine. The .20 version doesn't have the General tab where you can enter the CVSROOT. I hope someone from WinCVS sees this because there does not seem to be a convient way to report bugs.
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