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Re: What to install?

From: Norberto Meijome
Subject: Re: What to install?
Date: Tue, 28 May 2002 15:37:24 +1000
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Actually, to get access to the TCL shell in WinCVS 1.2, you only really need the tcl.dll . you need the full TCL suite of programs if you want to program in TCL, rather than just run TCL scripts.

The difference :
8 MB + for ActiveState TCL installer
600 Kb for the dll alone.


Edmund wrote:

"wega Informatik AG, Christian Meister" wrote:


I will make a first evaluation of winCVS (standalone) and therefore wanted
to now what I need to install

For WinCVS 1.2 (stable), you can install ActiveTcl (so you can use the
shell portion of WinCVS).

For WinCVS 1.3, you can install both ActiveTcl and Python 2.1(or higher).
Both are optional, but you'd be missing some functionality.

Then you can just simply setup WinCVS to use a local repository for

To get ActiveTcl :
To get Python 2.1:

I'm assuming you already have WinCVS downloaded, if not,
go to



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Norberto Meijome
If you were supposed to understand it, we wouldn't call it 'code'.

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