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Re: win32 questions

From: Arnold Wiegert
Subject: Re: win32 questions
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 20:23:33 -0800
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Arthur Barrett wrote:


I'm not familiar with tkcvs but WinCVS and TortoiseCVS both include
CVSNT for Windows.
CVSNT is free (open source GPL just like CVS) and can be downloaded

Thank you for your comments, but I have given up on wincvs and cvsnt since I want to run a cvs front end with as much similarity (identical, if possible) under both linux and Winxx, which TkCvs seems to provide.

My questions related to differences between the environment the two guis work in when they both try to connect to the same cvs server and more particularly to TkCVS and the differences in the cvs clients used by TkCVS vs Wincvs

As Conrad pointed out most CVS testing is done on Unix.  CVSNT is tested
extensively on Windows, Mac OS X, HPUX, Solaris and IBM iSeries (OS400).

You should direct any questions to the free open source CVSNT newsgroup:

I have already corresponded on the wincvs/gcvs issues with some of those newsgroups but have given up on those two since I did not find them similar enough, even though they seem to share a web site.


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