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From: Rob Helmer
Subject: address@hidden: Re: cvs for dos]
Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2002 23:35:32 -0800
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Oops, I must've been confused when I wrote this :)

I mean to say, Cygwin comes with cvs.exe, also there is
a command-line version ( cvs.exe ) that comes with WinCVS.

Rob Helmer

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Hi Jeanie,

Either OpenSSH via Cygwin ( ) or SSH Communications
SSH Client for Windows ( make sure the command-line stuff is
selected in the installed - ).

I'm sure there are more, but I've had success with these two
in the past.

Rob Helmer

On Fri, Jan 11, 2002 at 04:35:39PM -0800, Schwenk, Jeanie wrote:
> Anybody know if there is a way to access CVS using pserver from a Windows
> 2000 command line?  
> We're got an engineer here trying to integrate emacs for windows with CVS
> and emacs can't find the cvs command.  So I perhaps if we can get the
> command line to work, emacs will work with CVS on Windows.
> No I do not mean using WinCvs and choosing "comand line...".
> Jeanie
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