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Re: CVS_Download


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: CVS_Download
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 00:13:38 -0400
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Wolfgang Loch wrote:

>>> ... I don't know which one is CVS (a setup.exe or  *.exe
>>> for installing CVS on my computer)
>>
>>
>> You might try reading the README file (and README.binaries, too).
>
>
> I agree with Mitra. For novice users it is still hard to find the
> package they need. Most likely they will need the file
> cvs-1-11-17.zip and probably also cederqvist-1.11.17.pdf. IMHO these
> two files should be the first thing you see on the "Documents &
> files" page.


Changing the order is tough given the interface collabnet provided for us.

> The README.binaries does not at all help locating these files. The
> included instructions like "$ bzip2 -d cvs.*.bz2" are not applicable
> for this user asking for setup.exe (who is probably using a Windows
> OS).


Any registered user (I think) and at least and ccvs project observer
may upload suggested replacements for the README file.  If it looks
good, I can approve it.

Cheers,

Derek

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