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Re: User manual for Windows interface?

From: Matthew Riechers
Subject: Re: User manual for Windows interface?
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 08:49:35 -0400

Veronica & Chris wrote:
> Hi,
> I am new to using WinCVS.  I was looking for a manual to use this tool with
> with the Windows interface, command bars, etc.  All I can find is the Unix
> cammand lines.  I will be responsible for training other on this system, so
> a more specific User Manual would be helpful.
> Thanks

I would *strongly* recommend learning the command-line interface first.
There are only a few key concepts that need to be understood to use CVS
effectively. While a GUI is great, understanding the core commands will
enable you and your trainees to use any of the other front-ends (eg. IDE
integrated tools) that may be available for your development environment
(see for some examples) with very
little extra training. Learn the least common denominator first, and all
the derivatives will be a POC.


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