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Tue, 26 Oct 2004 09:40:12 -0500
> Maria Therese Sanna wrote:
> Possibly the most stupid question ever but:
> I am running on XP, and developing on Oracle9iAS and Bussiness Components
> For Java.
> My challenge is now to test out different version control systems for our
> How do I install the server elements? I have installed the client WinCVS,
> but I can't sort out the files on
> https://ccvs.cvshome.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList (download) Of course
> using the winCVS gives me the message "No protocols available",
> Can I install anything from
> https://ccvs.cvshome.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList ? I don't even
> recognize the file extensions... Probably because I don't know anything
> about Linux..
> Anyone have any tip to a cvs novise?
checkout Arthur Barrett's email here
1) with WinCVS you are running CVSNT (originally derived from a cvshome
version of cvs)
2) with cvshome CVS, the client and server are normally built in the same
binary. I think it is the same with CVSNT.
3) .tar.bz2 files that have been tar'ed together and bzip2 compressed. Usually
source code files.
.tar.gz files that have been tar'ed together and gnu zip compressed (I
think winzip can read them). Usually source code files.
.ps post script file
.asc PGP/GPG signature or signed file (allows for verification that you
downloaded what was intended)
.sig PGP/GPG detached signature against the same filename without the .sig
README text file begging to be read.
.pdf Adobe Portable Document Format. Text and graphics in a format that
most people can get a reader for.
4) as you are working on windows, and probably most of your team is as well
from the way your question was asked, CVSNT is probably a better fit. Looking
at the CVSNT page might help you decide.
> Maria Therese Sanna
Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC Crane)
Harnessing the Power of Technology for the Warfighter
- installation, Maria Therese Sanna, 2004/10/26
- Re: installation,
Todd Denniston <=