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Re: CVS to CVS

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: Re: CVS to CVS
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2009 23:28:40 GMT


> It been a long time since I've had to manage a CVS system but was 
> wondering if it is possible to have a CVS environment replicate to or 
> synchronize with another CVS environment?  Or is there some sort of  tool 
> or script to have a CVS copy itself over to a "back-up" CVS?   Also, is 
> there any way to have CVS integrate to Microsoft Team  Foundation Server? 
> I assume that this would not be possible.

Firstly - this is not a 'bug' so should NOT be posted to gnu.cvs.bug but 
posted instead to gnu.cvs.help

Secondly - and potentially off topic: CVSNT is a 'fork' of the CVS code with 
features added like rename, failsafe audit, change sets, merge tracking, 
auto-merge, access control lists and 'write through proxy caches' (a great 
way to provide 'hot standby' servers for remote locations).  CVSNT 3.1 (now 
renamed to EVS) was just released a couple of weeks ago and is client 
agnostic, ie: it now supports CVS/CVSNT and SVN clients - the next release 
(currently planned for February) should also support TFS/VSTS clients.  If 
you are interested in EVS/CVSNT 3.1 please subscribe to the EVS newsgroup 
via the evscm.org web site.


Arthur Barrett

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