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Re: any CVS clients, with a good user interface

From: Tim Churchard
Subject: Re: any CVS clients, with a good user interface
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 13:41:57 +0000

I use wincvs without too many problems, and it talks to my unix cvs server. .... yuo might also want to try


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Subject: any CVS clients, with a good user interface
Date: August 11, 2004 12:32:18 PM
From:  shivraman giri
To: address@hidden 
I have my repositories in UNIX. 
I m working on a machine with windows XP installed. 
Is there a good CVS client, preferably a freeware, trial version or a GNU 
product that gives a graphical user interface for running CVS commands. 
thanx in advance 
PL <address@hidden> wrote: 
Note: This is a follow-up. But for some reason it's no longer possible
to answer postings older than 1 month. Very user-unfriendly if you ask
me. Anyway, I still need some CVS help, see below...
address@hidden wrote:
>address@hidden wrote:
>>Anyone knows if there is a CVS command that can be used to
>>see which files (and their version) that has been tagged with
>>a specific tag?
>cvs -nq up -r tag-you-are-interested-in
OK, that's fine, but I would like to see the version of each file too.
The above command only shows file names...
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