[cvsnt] cvs for non-programmers

Aaron Kynaston akynaston at novell.com
Wed Dec 3 22:24:11 GMT 2003

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I'd have to second it :-)

I enjoy TortoiseCVS very much - especially the 'Add contents feature' .
. the only things that can't seem to be done with it, are things that
can't be done from the command line either (at least I don't know how)
such as retrieve deleted items from the attic (for this I think you have
to go look in the repo for that file and find an iteration that's not
state:dead) . . .

>>> Torsten Martinsen <torsten at tiscali.dk> 12/3/2003 2:58:56 PM >>>
Alan Drown wrote:

> I've been asked to put cvsnt in place for a group of users that will
use it
>for version control with their respective Office documents, pdf's
>I've spend the last couple days playing with CVSNT and WINCVS and
>the basic idea of how to work with cvs.  My initial impression is I'd
>adding/changing  considerable steps in a non-technical users day to
>activities to put this in place.

IMHO, TortoiseCVS is a lot more accessible to newbies (but then I have

to say that :-)


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