[Cvsnt] cvswrappers *.* -k 'b'

Arthur Barrett arthur.barrett at march-hare.com
Tue Jan 15 05:02:28 GMT 2002

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Not that I am aware of.  Tortoise is unique (and I love it)...

I take it from Tony's response that it may be quite easy to enable
cvswrappers -t / -f.  If it was only disabled for security purposes, and you
can ensure that it is used securely...

You can download the source code for CVSNT from the www.cvsnt.com web site,
find the nasty cvswrappers code and enable it...  CVSNT is *very* easy to
compile (at least the last time I tried, though that was a year ago...).

Is there a way to make Oracle developer store forms in ASCII format by
default.  I have a vague feeling it may be some weird option some place...



> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Brian Smith [SMTP:brian-l-smith at uiowa.edu]
> Sent:	Tuesday, January 15, 2002 3:49 PM
> To:	cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook
> Subject:	Re: [Cvsnt] cvswrappers *.* -k 'b'
> Thanks for pointing that out. The problem is that the -t / -f options
> don't work. I need it to be as seamless as possible (I was planning on
> using TortoiseCVS + CVSNT + NT Domain authentication). So, somehow I
> would need to do the text/binary translations automatically and
> transparently while still having the features of TortioseCVS work (in
> particular, the highlighting is especially useful).
> Are there other CVS clients (commercial or otherwise) that integrate
> with Windows Explorer like TortoiseCVS?
> Thanks,
> Brian
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