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Re: WinCVS Setup!
Re: WinCVS Setup!
Tue, 27 Mar 2001 16:17:58 -0800
www.scriptics.com exists, I can even ping it..
Looks like their web server is down at the moment :(
They are the definitive source, you may try searching for "tcl81.dll"
on http://www.google.com or the like..
.cvspass can optionally store your pserver password for you,
.cvsrc can optionally store the flags to the cvs CLI that you like
.cvsignore I don't usually use, check out http://www.cvshome.org
for general CVS docs.
On Tue, Mar 27, 2001 at 03:42:54PM -0800, Brian Sequeira wrote:
> Does anyone have any notes on how to setup up WinCVS for Windows 2000? I
> have been having trouble with it. We use CVS with SSH.
> In the readme, it says that you need tcl81.dll, what is this file? I dont
> have it in my system, then it says refer to http://www.scriptics.com which
> does not exist. Also it asks me to setup
> (.cvspass, .cvsignore, .cvsrc)...these files are not used for CVS and ssh,
> what should they be?
> Please any help much appreciated! Thanks
> Brian Sequeira
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- WinCVS Setup!, Brian Sequeira, 2001/03/27
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