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lucia.kaeser at helvetia.de wrote: > On an eclipse platform faq-list I found the hint, that for the use of CVSNT > 2.0.41a with eclipse I could use the "advanced" option "Pretend to be a > Unix Cvs version". > Now my questions: What impact has this enabling of this option? Does it > interfere with the options i should use for the WinCvs-Users? > It works around some silliness in Eclipse that checks the version string from the server and aborts if it's CVSNT. The only other thing it does is switch the defaults around for log and status so they hide the CVSNT data rather than show it (you need to use status -x and log -x to see the data in this case). The only impact that WinCVS should see is that it won't be able to see the mergepoints. Tony