[cvsnt] Re: Web views as only client?

Terris Linenbach noreply at nowhere.nwh
Tue Nov 26 18:35:30 GMT 2002

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CVSWeb is read-only.  I think ViewCVS is the same way

"John D. Gwinner" <jgwinner at dazsi.com> wrote in message
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> Hello:
> Is it possible for either ViewCVS or CVSWeb to be the 'only' client?
> I've been looking at both's examples and don't easily see a way to create
> new directories and create new files, but I have to admit I haven't
> completely setup a server yet to experiment.
> I have a large number of consultants who are offsite, and I would like to
> use either of these programs to give them CVS access, but don't want to
> to install / teach any of the CVS GUI front end's.
> The alternative is Source Safe Off Site ... although we have the budget
> it, I'd prefer to be able to use an open source tool.
> Simplicity and web only is the key I'm looking for.
> Thanks,
>                   == John ==

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