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RE: Can't download CVS!

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: Can't download CVS!
Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2005 23:42:21 +1100

>What are your thoughts on the relative merits of CVS, CVSNT, and
WinCVS? Why
>would I choose one over the other? What are the negatives of each?
Which of
>these integrates best with Eclipse?

The best place to ask about CVSNT is the CVSNT mailing list: 

WinCVS is simply a GUI (front end) for CVSNT.  I believe some features
of WinCVS require CVSNT.

CVSNT supports Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, Unix etc etc and is open source
and free like CVS is.  It supports windows active directory
authentication, mergepoints, atomic commits, advanced triggers and
shared library triggers, "traditional"/non-concurrent/reserved
development as well as concurrent development, access control lists
(including access control for branches) and much more.

Note that to use a CVSNT server with Eclipse you must use 2.0.58d or
later with the "compatibility" settings for non-CVSNT clients switched
on.  Preferably use the latest Eclipse version as well.

Fore more information please ask the CVSNT group.


Arthur Barrett


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