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On Mon, 4 Nov 2002 16:08:12 +0100, "Oliver Giesen" <ogware at gmx.net> wrote: >Ah, so this should actually have been part of the CVSNT distribution? I had >been assuming it was a system DLL that should be part of the OS. In that >case I guess I should have addressed this to the WinCvs guys. I wasn't using >a full CVSNT installation on that client, just WinCvs 1.3b9. There's no >trace of either file name you mentioned on that machine. It's part of the OS, but MS can't make up its mind what it's called... The code in cvs currently tries to load both. >> The number of people who've noticed this, though, is still in single >> figures, so I wonder whether it's worth supporting Win9x for much >> longer... probably I'll do a bugfix release then release it as the >> definitive Win9x version. > >I'm pretty sure 9x clients are still relatively widely used, especially on >older hardware (such as my second-hand 300MHz notebook ;). > Not for development, it seems, judging by the feedback I get. Bugs for it don't get fixed quickly because they never get reported (for example command line cvs95 commits have been broken for about 6 months but someone only now just pointed it out), which implies that people aren't using it (personally I think anyone would be completely mad to try to develop under Win9x anyway, especially on a 300mhz notebook!). Tony