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Re: Setting up CVS

From: Kristopher Hollingsworth
Subject: Re: Setting up CVS
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 11:40:56 -0700 (PDT)

  Alright, thank you very much, I'll see if I can't get it up and running off 
this machine, if not I may try and talk them setting up a 2k/NT machine or a 
Linux box... Either way I've learned a lot and I may be back to ask more 
questions soon. Thanks again.

     -Kristopher G. Hollingsworth

--- Fabian Cenedese <address@hidden> wrote:
>If possible use a WinNT+ machine as server so you can use cvsNT as service.
>(or even a linux machine, doesn't have to be powerful :)
>If not available you need to have a shared drive. cvs can cause problems on
>that, read in the mailing archives. But as you're Windows only it might work
>Then you need a client, be it the pure command line cvs or some GUI like
>WinCVS. After setting up the repository (on command line with simple
>'cvs init S:\RepoPath' (S like shared drive, RepoPath what you like but
>preferably without spaces) you can continue with adding/importing/
>checkouting :) /committing etc...
>bye  Fabi
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