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On Fri, 9 Feb 2001, Gregor Parkelj wrote:

> Hello, I don't know if this is a right place for my problem. I am
> doing on Configuration Managment with CVS. I notice that it is posible
> to use Tcl script for aditional command in WinCVS. I wrote some macros
> in Tcl language but this had not satisfied me. I would like to use
> graphical interface for some selection and confirmation and I do not
> know how to do this. What should I write in script to enable geaphical
> interface? Which none CVS commands can be used in Tcl\Tk scripts (I
> mean extended cvs commands for Tcl).
> Thanks, Gregor

Dear Gregor,
if you are familiar with Tcl/Tk you should take a look at TkCVS.  This is
a graphical interface for CVS written purely in Tcl/Tk.  It runs without
modifications under Windows and Unix/Linx.

TkCVS does not provide extended CVS commands for Tcl.  It calls a CVS
executable instead, so no special Tcl extensions are neccessary.  You can
find it e.g. at  The latest version
is 6.4.


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