[cvsnt] Q: Is CVSNT dead? A: No.

Arthur Barrett arthur.barrett at march-hare.com
Tue Jun 5 22:49:50 BST 2007

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CVSNT is alive and well.

If you would like to volunteer to keep the wiki up to date, please

If you have changes to CVSNT that you want to see in the next version,
please submit them to cvsnt-dev.  I have a couple and they will get top
priority as soon as I get back to 2.5.04 (see below).

Some things that I am working on to make progress clearer:
* an HTML/Wiki view of the "latest checkins" (currently the
[cvsnt-commits] newsgroup)
* an HTML/Wiki view of the "latest user messages" (currently the [cvsnt]
* an automated daily build system with results viewable on the web

Tony and I recently had a week long planning meeting.  We are both stuck
on difficult stages of the development.  I've been working with
customers who are having difficulties with the 2.5.03 release which is
causing the 2.5.04 branch to be stalled.  All the commercial patches we
are making to 2.5.03 will be available in 2.5.04.  Tony and I also
recently conducted some testing of 2.5.04 and found some problems that
need fixing before that branch can accept merges from 2.5.03.

We have set a timetable for releases of EVS and CVSNT until the end of
the year - but I am not making that public until we have both met our
first targets - since they are the most difficult and will prove or
disprove if our estimates were accurate.


Arthur Barrett

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