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On Thu, 05 Feb 2004 22:46:53 +0100, Björn Carlsson <bc at passagen.se> wrote: >Have you made any tests with the MySql commit database for ViewCvs? >Or have anyone seen some instructions on how to get started with this? >/Björn Carlsson > No, I have no experience with that unfortunately. I might add that the setup file I posted before starting this thread was actually flawed in the security settings part. If the checkbox was checked the installer bombed.... I fixed that error later, so the one now posted will work for both Apache, IIS4 and IIS5. But as has been reported back to me from a user with Windows 2003 and IIS6 it does not work completely on that platform. What is missing are two items: - Permission setting for two new usergroup ID:s on a couple of dirs - Registration of a "Web Service Extension", new with IIS6 I have added the permissions thing on my yet unposted installer, but I don't know how to go about the extensions. Since I don't have a W2003 PC I cannot do any testing myself. :-( I will probably post some user instructions on the website that deals with the manual after-work needed, like I did for NT4 (no longer needed though). CVSMailer While i am at it I can also mention that the CVSMailer program is now available in version 1.4.1. The major new thing is that it is now possible to get live links in the email to an Issue Tracker ticket. It requires a certain syntax in the commit log message and a web based issue tracker. I have just started using Roundup (open source) for that and it was a request from my developers to add the link to the issue in the commit message such that they could minimise the message typing by referencing the issue itself... /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)