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> > >2) Does anyone know of any Mac client that can do "edit -c" > > > > No, but you can always add > > > > edit -c > > > > to your .cvsrc file. > > I have tried this, as well as using the command line window from the Mac GUI > to type in "cvs edit -c <filename>" and it seems the MAC client tries to > handle the "edit -c" command but can't. It just spits out the "correct > format" for the edit command: "edit -lR a" standard options and explanation. > My understanding of the .cvsrc file was that it set the default switches for > commands (so that if I used the above .cvsrc file when I type "edit" it is > the equivilent of typing "edit -c"), but I may be misunderstanding the > .cvsrc file. > > Should I be able to execute "edit -c <filename>" from the MacCVS "command > line window" when it is connected to a CVSNT server? I would have thought, > but... No, like I said before the version of CVS on the server does not matter. On the *client* side, you need to use the CVSNT branch (I don't know if anybody has made CVSNT binaries for Mac, though - the CVSNT site offers binaries for Windows and Unix). -Torsten _______________________________________________ Cvsnt mailing list Cvsnt at cvsnt.org http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt https://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/en.asp#downcvs