[cvsnt] Re: CVS NT and CVS compatibility

Wayne Bond wbo at force.tv
Mon May 17 10:58:06 BST 2004

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Do you mean that the CVSNT tool won't run on a Linux box? I hoped it was
just a name difference ( even though it sort of indicates windows! )

"Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message
news:c8a1b5$vfv$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
> Wayne Bond wrote:
> > Are the files compatible between CVS and CVS NT? We want to move our CVS
> > server to CVS NT (for merge points as a start) - if we just run CVSNT
> > it be happy with the CVS server (ver  1.11.1p1) files ?
> >
> >
> Yes.  You can even go in the other direction if you're careful about which
> features get used.
> The various paths in the CVSROOT files (commitinfo, loginfo, etc.) will of
> course be different between Unix and Windows.
> Tony
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