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Re: Which CVS client GUI to use on W2K

From: James Knowles
Subject: Re: Which CVS client GUI to use on W2K
Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 00:25:54 -0700

> Please recommend on which CVS GUI client (and access method) to use on
> Windows 2000  platform (with CVS repository on RedHat, and cvs users on
> RedHat as well), and the reasons for not recommending the other popular
> ones.  Which is the easiest to set up for this X-platform situation?

We have a similar situation. For what it's worth, I like TortoiseCVS used in
combination with WinCVS. TortoiseCVS integrates with the Windows Explorer,
and WinCVS has additional tools for those hard-to-reach locations. *grin*
TortoiseCVS also has hooks for browing the repository if it's running

I've gone over the installation repeatedly and keep personal notes on-line
since some have mentioned that they've found them useful. Your mileage may
vary, but they may give an idea of what the setup process entails.

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