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From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: (no subject)
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2007 21:03:20 +1100


> Client: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.22 (client)
> Server: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.17 (client/server)

On windows (which is your client accoring to your first post) its very
common to be running CVSNT - these daylight savings issues ave been
worked out (painfully) over years...  Also cvsnt includes a native ssh
client (:ssh:server:/repo) so you don't need both ssh and cvs installed
on the client.

> Is that how update normally works?  Does it upload the entire 

Yes - if the local source has changed (or the date/times do not match
what is in the CVS/Entries file).

> Is that behavior configurable?  Can I tell it that I do NOT 


The next release of CVSNT (2.5.04) does alter the behaviour by sending a
checksum if the file  >1Mb and only if the checksums are different then
it does still send the file - that 1Mb is a little arbitrary and will
eventually end up as a configurable parameter.  2.5.04 is currently
tested on linux and windows only since it's not stable yet - once stable
it'll be available for all unix/linux/mac/win.


Arthur Barrett

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