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Re: CVS for DOS?

From: Spiro Trikaliotis
Subject: Re: CVS for DOS?
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 10:40:05 +0100
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Hello Mark,

* On Wed, Nov 17, 2004 at 06:02:26PM -0800 Mark D. Baushke wrote:
> SSHDOS has an SSH, SCP, SFTP and telnet client for DOS.

Ok, this sounds promising.

> PuTTY is an SSH1+SSH2 implementation for Windows (not MS-DOS only).

Yes, I know.

> CVS (from has a cvs.exe that should work in the DOS
> command window of a Windows box. I do not know how much MS Windows
> support is required of if you really mean a MS-DOS only environment or
> a DOS window on a Windows machine.

I want to run it on a machine which uses MS-DOS 6.22, nothing more. On
cvshome, I only found the Win32 versions. (Menu: ccvs/binaries/...),
nothing DOS only. I do not need a Win32 version, as I have a full cygwin
environment here up and running on my main machine. Currently, I'm
checking out for DOS on Win32, but this is really error prone. I would
like to have a DOS only solution.

> CVSNT (from has a both a 'graphical' interface and a
> command-line backend for Windows environments.

Yes, I know. Arthur Barret advertises it very often here. ;-)

> Please summarize your experience to help other folks in the future.

Of course, I will. I think I will try to compile CVS with djgpp, and
report whether I had success or not.


Spiro R. Trikaliotis

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