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Re: WinCVS like tool for Linux/X Windows?

From: Laine Stump
Subject: Re: WinCVS like tool for Linux/X Windows?
Date: 12 Jan 2001 13:49:33 -0500
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Laurent Duperval <address@hidden> writes:

> On 12 Jan, Deever, Chris C. wrote:
> > Does anyone know of or use a WinCVS like program for X under Linux?
> > 
> If you're a Tcl fan:

If you look at tkcvs, you may want to try out the in-development
"canvas" branch of the code that is available from the tkcvs CVS
repository at sourceforge (rather than just checking out the latest
release from the trunk). It is *much* nicer visually, making it easier
to understand what you're looking at.

Now if it just allowed full "tree-style" browsing of both work
directories and the repository, and got rid of those few last uses of
"check out" (where it should say "update"), it would really "whoop the
llama's ass" ;-) (Sorry, you won't get that joke if you aren't a
WinAmp user...)

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