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Re: Can wincvs graph all versions/branches for a module?

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: Can wincvs graph all versions/branches for a module?
Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2004 12:14:15 -0800

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McMaster, James C (Jim) <address@hidden> writes:

> We use cvs on a Solaris box for managing our source code.  Most of our group
> has never learned anything about it beyond clicking menu items in Jbuilder
> to checkout/update/commit.  Now, we are trying to teach them how to actually
> use CVS.  I am trying to make it easier by installing wincvs on the Windows
> boxes they use for development
> Some members are still complaining about all the things cvs "won't do", and
> pining for Visual SourceSafe.  (This really means they don't know how to do
> what they want in cvs, and don't want to learn.)
> So far, I have been able to demonstrate almost everything, except one.
> Apparently, VSS can show a graph of versions/branches for a module, and I
> cannot figure out how to do that in wincvs.  The graph function seems only
> to work for individual files.  Am I missing some way to do this?

CvsGraph is a repository grapher (
especially used in conjunction with ViewCVS is a reasonable way to do it.

I believe that CvsNT 2.0.34 or later may also have a graph view of a file.

        -- Mark
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