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Mon, 23 Jan 2006 23:40:32 -0600
Thunderbird 1.5 (Macintosh/20051201)
Jim Hyslop wrote:
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Pascal Obry wrote:
korDen a écrit :
I was looking for windows version of CVS but all
"cvs/binary/stable/x86-woe/" folders I found are empty. Could you help
me with the link? Thanks!
Why not use Cygwin ? It comes with CVS and much more. You have access to
a zillon of UNIX like programs with Cygwin, one of the must have layer
when forced to work on Windows.
Well, I can't speak for korDen's setup and configuration, but one
problem I can see is that the Cygwin version will *only* work within a
Cygwin shell. This means it cannot be easily integrated into development
environments, Windows batch files, etc. etc.
Just add cygwin to you normal path. Been doing it for years.
A couple commands clash with the windows flavor but it works for me.
Yeah, some of the path
stuff is a little drain bammaged -- some tools insist on / and refer to
C: as /cygdrive/c but it is
quite do-able, esp for the way CVS is normally used.
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