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Wed, 4 May 2005 14:14:37 -0700 (PDT)
: "Arthur Barrett" <address@hidden>
cc: "Conrad T. Pino" <address@hidden>, "HSP" <address@hidden>,
Subject: Re: Question about binary distribution
From: "Mark D. Baushke" <address@hidden>
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Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 14:14:36 -0700
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Arthur Barrett <address@hidden> writes:
> >>>hello, i downloaded cvs-1-11-20.zip from https://ccvs.cvshome.org but=
> >>>i can=B4t find information about wich windows versions are supported.=
> >>>Is Windows 2003 server suitable for cvs server ?
> >>You may also need cygwin and other tools to run this version of CVS on=
> >>Windows Server 2003.
> >The Windows CVS client binary distributed by the CVS Project is=20
> >compiled using Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0 and does NOT require=20
> >"Cygwin" or any other software. The compiled EXE is statically=20
> >linked, requires no DLL libraries and runs alone as is.
> Yes you are right - my mistake.
> I was thinking of the SSH support. Am I right in assuming that cvshome
> cvs requires cygwin for ssh support on windows?=20
You should be able to use Putty by setting up your CVS_RSH environment
variable without needing cygwin. Of course, you would need to download
Putty and maybe Pagent as well, but neither of them require cygwin.
> I also think I saw a post recently somewhere saying that cygwin ssh is
> not windows 2003 compatible...
That is something to address with the cygwin and/or OpenSSH folks as it
is outside the scope of CVS dependencies.
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