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You are correct. As I stated, I modified Bo's instructions to be a bit more specific to enable us first timers to avoid the same problems every time. If this does get hosted somewhere, we should add the word optional on the TCL and Python noting they are for WinCvs. Patrick "Oliver Giesen" <ogware at gmx.net> wrote in message news:anuv7m$lk4$1 at sisko.nodomain.org... > Just curious: What has CVSNT got to do with TCL or Python? AFAICT this would > only be needed for building WinCvs, no? > > Apart from that I guess you should publish that text somewhere. This could > be of help for a lot of people. Maybe Tony could host it directly on > cvsnt.org ? > > Oliver > ----------------------- > JID: ogiesen at jabber.org > ICQ: 18777742 > Y! : ogiesen > > > "Patrick W. O'Brien" <pwo311 at hotmail.com> wrote in message > news:anupre$iuv$1 at sisko.nodomain.org... > > Bo, > > > > Thanks for the help. I amended you instructions for how to build. > > > > My machine > > W2K Pro SP3 > > > > > > The instructions ... > > > > 1. Install Visual Studio 6. > > 2. Install Visual Studio 6 Service Pack 5. > > 3. Install MSDN Platform SDK Dated November 2001 > > At a minimum, install the Core Files and Internet Development > > Note1: The 64 bit SDK files *must* be included. > > Note2: The registration with Visual Studio must be included. > > 4. Check out the cvsnt module from > > cvs -d :pserver:cvs at cvs.cvsnt.org:/usr/local/cvs checkout -r > <version> > > cvsnt > > > > I used the tag CVSNT_1_11_1_3_57I for the version. > > > > 5. Get the kerberos files from > > http://www.cvsnt.org/krb5-1.2.2-cvsnt.bin.zip > > 6. Unpack into <project location>/cvsnt/krb5 > > 7. Install TCL > > 8. Install Python 2.2 > > 9. Start Visual C++ > > Select Menu | Tools | Options | Directories | Include > > Make sure these exist or add them > > C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDK\Include > > C:\Program Files\Visual Studio\VC98\Include > > C:\Program Files\Visual Studio\VC98\MFC\Include > > C:\Program Files\Visual Studio\VC98\ATL\Include > > C:\Program Files\TCL\Include (use your own TCL install path) > > C:\Program Files\Python\Include (use your own Python install > > path) > > C:\Projects\CVSNT\KRB5\INCLUDE (use your own project root for > > CVSNT) > > Select Library files > > Make sure these exist or add them > > C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDK\Lib > > C:\Program Files\Visual Studio\VC98\Lib > > C:\Program Files\Visual Studio\VC98\MFC\Lib > > C:\Program Files\TCL\Lib (use your own TCL install path) > > C:\Program Files\Python\Libs (use your own Python install > path) > > C:\Projects\CVSNT\KRB5\Lib (use your own project root for > CVSNT) > > 10. Open the cvsnt.dsw in the cvsnt directory. > > 11. In the class view pane, right click cvsnt classes and select set as > > active project.. > > 12. Select Menu | Build | Build cvs.exe > > > > You should be good to go > > > > Patrick > > > > > > > >