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Wed, 27 Oct 2004 07:06:21 +1000
If you are using WinCVS client then you are using the CVSNT client. Many of
the new features of WinCVS (file rename, bug number, etc) are dependent on
using a CVSNT server.
CVSNT server is free (GPL - just like CVS) for Linux, Unix, Windows, Mac OS X
and can be downloaded from here:
Just install the RPM on Linux.
The open source newsgroup for CVSNT is available here:
From: address@hidden on behalf of Maria Therese Sanna
Sent: Tue 10/26/2004 5:35 PM
Possibly the most stupid question ever but:
I am running on XP, and developing on Oracle9iAS and Bussiness Components For
My challenge is now to test out different version control systems for our
How do I install the server elements? I have installed the client WinCVS, but I
can't sort out the files on
https://ccvs.cvshome.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList (download) Of course
using the winCVS gives me the message "No protocols available", understandable.
Can I install anything from
https://ccvs.cvshome.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList ? I don't even recognize
the file extensions... Probably because I don't know anything about Linux..
Anyone have any tip to a cvs novise?
Maria Therese Sanna
Statsminister Torpsvei 30
N - 1703 Sarpsborg
- installation, Maria Therese Sanna, 2004/10/26
- RE: installation,
Arthur Barrett <=