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cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org wrote on 06/15/2007 02:49:28 AM: > I have a remote collegue who had his PC crash a few days ago. Now he is > trying to work on a slightly older laptop. One of his tasks is to get > CVS/WinCvs up and running on the laptop. > I instructed him on what to install (CVSNT Client build 2382, WinCvs > 2.1.1, ActiveStatePython, WinMerge) but he is having major problems and > cannot get it to work. > So I asked him to run cvs --ver on the command line and it turned up cvs > 2.0.51d!!!!! Isn't 2.0.51d the one that came bundled with the default version of WinCVS? If you want one without CVS, you have to download a "bare" version. Also, in WinCVS, if you click the Admin menu, then choose preferences, then click the CVS tab, you can set which cvs.exe to use. So even if there is a rogue version somewhere on the system, you can point it to the one you want (this won't fix the command line, though). As a side note, I have gnu tools on my PC running Windows XP, and "which" works great for finding the locations of an exe if it's in your PATH. Brian