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RE: Is running CVS on Windows Server 2003/2008 (64 bit) possible?

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: Is running CVS on Windows Server 2003/2008 (64 bit) possible?
Date: Tue, 7 Jul 2009 16:27:19 +1000


> Is it possible to run CVS(pserver) on Windows Server 
> 2003/2008 (64bit) ?

CVSNT (free/GPL just like CVS) is available for Windows Server 2003 - we
don't do 64 bit builds, but the 32 bit build runs fine on the x64
editions.  CVSNT will automatically migrate a CVS repository, but CVSNT
is NoT CVS though - it has a lot of additional features like failsafe
audit, user defined changesets, atomic changesets, rename, merge
tracking, access control lists/fine grained access control and an SSPI
protocol - ideal for using with other windows clients since it uses the
windows authentication token.

The company I work for are the primary sponsors of CVSNT and we also
provide a commercial edition that goes through additional quality
controls and has some extra features - I know some other parts of NGC
are using our commercial edition - if you want to get in touch contact
me directly or Glen at the office.

CVSNT has its own newsgroup/mailing list so be sure to ask any CVSNT
specific questions there, not here on the CVS newsgroup.


Arthur Barrett

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