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On Thu, 21 Nov 2002 09:26:10 +0100, "Oliver Giesen" <ogware at gmx.net> wrote: >> It is my understanding that :ntserver: has been depreciated for a while >now in >> CVSNT. > >Not in the stable builds. 22.214.171.124 is still labelled Alpha so I think it >will be still some significant time until use of :ntserver: even starts to >phase out. Removing support for it in a client tool should be one of the >very last steps along that path IMHO. Look at how many people are still >using even more outdated servers (1.10 and such). The people maintaining the >"never touch a running system" mentality might not be very vocal on >development fora (why should they) but I still think they make up the >majority of users/admins. > :ntserver: is depreciated, it just still works for now. People who don't upgrade will never have the problem, so there's no issue there. Certainly it's better to disable the client side first rather than the server side, as someone installing a new server might not have the ability to upgrade all the clients at the same time. It'll be a while before the current development becomes the next stable build anyway - I've got quite a bit to do with it but little time to actually do it at the moment. ATM I recomment people avoid ntserver in new installations, so there's no upgrade issues later. Tony