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Re: cvs upgradation

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: cvs upgradation
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 15:11:58 -0500

Anita Chacko wrote:

> prompt.I want to upgrade the client.Where can I find
> this software and what is the latest version?

> We don't
> want to use WinCVS or any GUI client.
> I have downloaded CVS 1.11 for Unix.Will this have the
> client as well which I can install in NT machine?


> Also before installing cvs 1.11,should the old one be
> removed(just the exe)
> In the INSTALL file,it says 'A normal build of CVS
> will create an executable which supports local,
> server, or client CVS'  Does it mean once I run
> configure and make,I can use the same exe as the
> client in NT?

No.  You can build it from scratch if you want to.  Read the docs, and
the INSTALL file in particular.  There might be some extra stuff in the
windows-NT directory.  Both binaries should be up on


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