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Re: CVS on RHEL5 (custom compile or package install)

From: Todd Denniston
Subject: Re: CVS on RHEL5 (custom compile or package install)
Date: Wed, 06 May 2009 09:49:16 -0400
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Steven Buroff wrote, On 05/06/2009 07:57 AM:
I guess I'm confused (again). I'm only interested in running CVS on
64 bit Vista, not Red Hat or any other Linux system.

If you could tell me where to get the correct (free) version of CVS
for Vista, that would be great. Thank you.


Steve, you might want to notice that this is a mailing list and neither a forum, wiki or IRC.

Because of that things are usually threaded by some combination of 'Subject:', 'Thread-index:', 'References:' and who is being replied to. Suggestion, try the help feature of your client to see how to turn on threading.

The EMAIL that you responded to had
Thread-Index: AcnNn59aOcXWUrxoTGCSc28wIRehiAAYB1JL
and was in response to
Subject: CVS on RHEL5 (custom compile or package install)
Thread-Index: AcnNn59aOcXWUrxoTGCSc28wIRehiA==

The thread that you started, and want to follow has
Subject: CVS for 64 bit Vista
Thread-index: AcnNecTHf6GyyZEgTeKFQlSdMkCWWw==

BTW 1) Arthur Barret would likely know more about A CVS executable on windows than most of the rest of us, so reading, understanding and answering his questions (asked on 5/5/2009) should be high on your list.
 2) I would like to suggest taking a look at the following resources:
Although the next link is for fedora lists, I believe you will find following the suggestions will get you better results on this and other lists:

Also what do you mean by free?
AFAIK both CVS and CVSNT are free in two ways:
1) the binaries are available for the cost of using your internet connection (Gratis).
2) the source is available and under GPL (Libre).

CVSNT _May_[1] have some companion products that do not necessarily fall in the free (Libre) arena, but AFAIK the parts you most often need are Libre.
OH, and don't forget that with CVSNT March-hare offers support for cost.

[1] I have not looked at their portfolio lately.
Todd Denniston
Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC Crane)
Harnessing the Power of Technology for the Warfighter

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