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Re: cvs 1.11.2 server hungs on sigpipe

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: cvs 1.11.2 server hungs on sigpipe
Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2003 10:41:12 -0500
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Paul Edwards wrote:

"Mark D. Baushke" <mdb@cvshome.org> wrote in message 
The Windows folks have their own cvs stuff as well

I really meant the underlying engine.  I assume these are just
GUI interfaces to the "real thing"?

WinCVS is a GUI wrapper for CVS. I'm not sure if the exec an external CVS or import the code.

CVSNT is a CVS server for NT. No GUI interface, except possibly an admin GUI. There are some interesting features in here, some interesting enough that they ported the thing back to UNIX. The problem is that it's diverged so far now that it is hard to merge new differences. The CVSNT "patch" to CVS is simply huge now. I just started talking to Tony Hoyle (CVSNT's maintainer) about packaging up some of his features as smaller patches to ease my importing them back to the mainline and he sounds willing but no patches have been forthcoming yet, with the exception of some trading of some incomplete work on Kaz Kylheku's atomicity idea.

If anyone has time and would like to package CVSNT features in "small" patches for reimport into the mainline, that would be great! :)



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