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Re: New member
Re: New member
Tue, 19 Nov 2002 15:55:18 -0500
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Thanks for the info although you quoted me wrong on my second question, your
answer made sense. So to be more specific, I will be setting up CVS for a
multi platform, multi OS environment where the developers will work either/or
remotely in the office, some of them are very junior and some of them highly
experience. I will also be supporting those users so I was thinking of using
a web client so that I would only have to support one CVS client.
By best I meant easy to support, easy to learn, lots of functionality and
a high quality product that is stable, and offer good security . Do any of
the web clients fit that bill?
Zing, Mark wrote:
Patrick Malaison writes:
My goal is to set it up as a remote CVS server. How's the security using
pserver, what is the best client giving the fact that I will have a
multi-OS user bed?
As has been said, ssh rocks.
The other part of your question doesn't make a lot of sense, if you think
"What's the best language to use, given that
I will have an international user bed?"
Obviously, the "best" client will depend on what OS the user is using.
*You* can use whatever client you want.
Also, "best" client depends on the what the user likes. Power-users will
probably find the command-line cvs clients available for Linux, FreeBSD,
Cygwin, OS-X, etc perfectly servicable. Others may feel drawn to the GUI
clients made for most platforms. Web clients exist that run on every
platform that runs a browser. "Best" isn't much criteria to go by...they