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Re: RCS Access from Windows 2000 Laptop

From: Aaron S. Hawley
Subject: Re: RCS Access from Windows 2000 Laptop
Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2003 14:35:35 -0400 (EDT)

RCS alone doesn't provide any server-client network-aware capaibilities.
that sort of thing is done with CVS.
there are are no server or client versions of RCS-- just RCS.

there are Windows binaries of RCS available.


On Fri, 12 Sep 2003, Shukla, Ashish wrote:

> Hello,
>  My name is Ashish Shukla . I am a Java developer and current doing
> development on Java on windows box. We have RCS on Unix ( Solaris) as
>  central Configuration management tool and I want to access RCS from my
> windows laptop where I do most of the development.
>  Where can I get the windows client for RCS server that is on Unix ?
>  Please advise.
>  Thanks
>  Ashish

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in midstream, engaging in 'mission creep,' and would have incurred
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  -- George Bush, Sr. and [National Security Advisor] Brent Scowcroft.
"A World Transformed", 1998. (chapter 19, page 489).

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