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On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 10:17:24 -0500, "Jim Hyslop" <jimh at view22.com> wrote: >Hi, all > >I've been looking into web browser software for CVSNT repositories. So >far I've found CVSWeb and ViewCVS. From what I can tell, both will work >with CVSNT, but I was wondering if one of them was a better fit (i.e. >more easily integrated). Any recommendations one way or the other? Are >there any other candidates I should look at? Go for ViewCvs > >My goal is to be able to browse the repository. Checking out and/or >modifying through the web browser is nice, but not necessary. It won't be possible due to permissions. > >The repository is on a Windows 2003 server running IIS (I don't know >which version of IIS offhand, if that's important I can find out). CVSWeb is not actively developed for quite some time. ViewCvs is still going on but curved over to SubVerion about 1-1.5 years ago and changed its name to ViewCV at that time. I have created an easy-to-use installer for ViewCvs per mid 2005 which is published here: http://web.telia.com/~u86216121/ViewCvsSetup.html I use it all the time on new installations and it works quite well right out of the box. Not so if you try to do a manual install... Last time around it was on a brand new W2003 server where I installed CVSNT buid 2382 in October of 2006. HTH /Bo (Bo Berglund, developer in Sweden)