[cvsnt] Crash with CVSNT at client side !

Koen no at ssppaamm.com
Wed Aug 28 09:18:37 BST 2002

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How is it possible that TortoiseCVS 1.0.0 (the latest "stable" release)
ships with a version of cvs that is advised not to be used ?!
Could someone please state what versions SHOULD be used then? I'm relying on
both TortoiseCVS and CVSNT (great tools btw) to do our project

So, to get a stable working system (that's what a user wants after all):
- what version of CVSNT should I use (now I have Build 57d)?
- what version of TortoiseCVS should I use (now I have 1.0.0 which
apparently ships with cvsnt Alpha 1) ?



"Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nothing-on.tv> wrote in message
news:3D6BDE97.2090909 at nothing-on.tv...
> Koen wrote:
> > - on Windows2000 SP2 (+ all latest critical updates)
> > - using TortoiseCVS Version 1.0.0 (shows that it's using CVSNT
> > Alpha 1 (Build 60) when typing cvs -version at the command prompt in the
> > TortoiseCVS directory)
> Do *NOT* use the Alpha 1 build.  It is unstable and is a work in
> process.  I can't offer support for this version.  The changes to the
> code are fairly major and I can't guarantee that it won't destroy your
> repository.
> Tony

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