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Subject: Questions about the dlls provided with WinCVS.
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 I had a question about the dlls that were provided
 with CVS. I was wondering what functions or objects (
 OLE Automation ) were exposed by dlls included with
 WinCVS. What I want to do is to be able to update
 of files with cvs from my VB code that I have written
 and was wondering if there were any functions or
 objects that I could use that would enable me to do
 this and if there is any documentation available.
 I would prefer not to use the shell command to issue
 the cvs update command.
 I am new at this so any help that you could provide
 would be greatly appreciated! The dlls that I see are
 provided with WinCVS are:


 Once again thank you for any help that you can

 Edwin Kim

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