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What is CVSNT?

From: Alastair Growcott
Subject: What is CVSNT?
Date: Thu, 7 Oct 2004 10:32:15 +0100

Can someone just give me a very brief description of CVSNT? From the name it sounds like a Windows NT CVS client, yet if so why does it compile on Linux, etc. etc.?
Is it an executable that TortoiseCVS runs with a system call, or a library?
Since it is open source, could I pinch the code to use in libCVS (C version) and what would the licensing issues be?

From: address@hidden on behalf of Arthur Barrett
Sent: Wed 06/10/2004 23:53
To: address@hidden
Subject: Re: cvs client

TortoiseCVS uses CVSNT to communicate to the server.  To get the most from
both clients I suggest you make sure you are using CVSNT on Linux, Windows
and also the server.

CVSNT is open source (free), and available for download for Linux, Windows,
Solaris, HPUX, Mac OS X here:


Arthur Barrett

"Gleidson Sá Barreto" <address@hidden> wrote in message
> The combination tortoise cvs for platform windows and
> lincvs for platform linux is best?
> Exists some better alternative that lincvs for
> platform linux?
> Which the advantage of tortoise cvs in relation to wincvs?
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