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Gerhard Fiedler wrote: >Torsten Martinsen wrote: > > > >>Actually, TortoiseCVS only calls cvs.exe with a path if there is a >>cvs.exe in the TortoiseCVS installation folder. Otherwise, it simply >>calls cvs.exe, i.e. it will pick up the version in the PATH. >> >> > >Does that mean that TCVS would run correctly with any (stable and >reasonably recent) cvsnt version? > Possibly. In practice, experience shows that each time I bundle a new version of CVSNT with TortoiseCVS, problems turn up (such as when sandboxes on network drives suddenly required -N). >If so, why don't you let the user specify >the location of the cvs.exe it should use (and possibly whether it should >install cvsnt at all)? > To keep things as simple as possible (one preference setting less), and to avoid unforeseen problems when the user upgrades their CVSNT version. -Torsten