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Re: Questions about wincvs

From: Christian
Subject: Re: Questions about wincvs
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 13:20:17 GMT

On 12 Sep 2001 09:28:14 -0700, address@hidden
(Karl-Heinz Buth) wrote:

>I have some questions about winCVS 1.2 under Windows NT 4.0:
>1. How do I redirect output from the output window to a file? I found
>no place to enter an option for this, and using the command line for
>something like "cvs status -v > output.txt" did not work as expected.
>(In fact, the output still appeared in the output window, no file was
>written, and winCVS crashed.)

Sorry, don't know :-(

>2. How do I activate Tcl? The installation descriptions that I found
>did not mention this topic.

I think installing TCL will be enough as I think winCVS looks for TCL
on starting it's gui.

>3. How do I make winCVS display checked-out files in the working
>directory that have not yet been modified? Only files that are
>modified are displayed; they disappear again after committing the
>changes. I find this behaviour rather strange; winCVS 1.06 did display
>all sorts of files.

Try palying with the display options (see toolbar). If some are
pressed they will show/hide some sort of files. I think there is
button telling somethink like "show commitable". If this is pressed
only modified files are displayed.


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