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Atkinson, Chip writes:
> Could you elaborate on this a bit?  I looked through the man page on cvs and
> it looks like -d only takes a directory as an argument.

You're probably looking at the -d option for one of the subcommands; I'm
talking about the -d global option that comes before the subcommand on
the command line.  For example:

  cvs -d:pserver:address@hidden:/home2/cvsroot checkout ccvs

If each user has $CVSROOT set correctly, they can use it to avoid having
to type the whole thing:

  cvs -d$CVSROOT ...

> Unfortunately too,
> I'm stuck with WinCVS or some other GUI thing that works under Windows for
> the rest of the people who are going to use CVS.

I can't help you there, I know nothing about WinCVS (and I'm hoping to
keep it that way).

-Larry Jones

He doesn't complain, but his self-righteousness sure gets on my nerves.
-- Calvin

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