[cvsnt] Restricting file access

Aaron Kynaston akynaston at novell.com
Fri Sep 19 17:31:54 BST 2003

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OH :-)

So wazup with CVS on Linux? ;-)

Does any one have a build schedule/feature report for it?

>>> news at derived-software.ltd.uk 9/19/2003 10:21:33 AM >>>
On 2003-09-19, Aaron Kynaston <akynaston at novell.com> wrote:
>  Isn't cvsnt just for NT?

Erm, no it's not.

>  Why not use the Linux version?

Because there is an increasingly significant difference in level
of functionality between the two.

>  Linux has it's own OS rights built in . . . 

Sometimes, and what you get depends on the underlying filesystem, etc

>  I'd have to say that it would be a mute test to try to get cvsnt
>  working on linux . .

It already does to a great extent.  It better do because that's
where I hack my patches in to it :-)

>  We have CVS (Linux version) running on a Linux box, and we all have
>  cvsnt client, and that works fine . . 

Depends on whether you want the rather better branch-merge support
CVSNT gives you over normal CVS... (and other stuff, of course)

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