[cvsnt] Re: Merge point graph under Linux ?

Bo Berglund bo.berglund at telia.com
Wed Jun 7 14:02:41 BST 2006

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On Wed, 07 Jun 2006 14:47:02 +0200, Zlatko Arifhodzic <zlatko at free.fr>

>Speaking of merge and mergpoints, is anyone aware of a software running
>on Linux, free or commercial I don't mind, that could take advantage of
>the cvsnt
>additions like the mergepoints ? For instance present a revision graph
>with the merge point "arrows" ?
>Most of the tools I know about ( Cervisia, Eclipse, LinCVS ... )  are
>based on pure cvs and have no additional support for cvsnt. I'd be glad
>to use such a tool on my Linux station, so if you have any suggestions ....
CVSGraph does this and is included in the ViewCvs framework (that is
it can be enabled for ViewCvs if installed).
It *does* show the arrows based on the CVSNT data.
But of course it is not a CVS client or a front end to a cvs client,
it is justa viewer...


(Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)

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