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On 3/1/07, Edvandro Santos <edvandro.santos at gmail.com> wrote: > > Someone can help me please???? > > > ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > From: Edvandro Santos <edvandro.santos at gmail.com > > Date: Feb 28, 2007 10:53 AM > Subject: Help to configure the CVSNT on Win2K > To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook > > Good morning to everybody. > > I´m Edvandro Santos, and I´m developer in my work. > > So, we want to use the CVSNT to control our projects and I was directed to > install and configure this program. > > Well, I make a download of the CVSNT version 2.5.03 to configure in my > win2k Server. > > I defined the repository location, the name and the specifications to > it(please, see the attached file). > > After this, I edited the cvswrappers: > > \>set CVSROOT=D:\matrix\cvs > > \>cvs co CVSROOT > > \>cd CVSROOT > > \CVSROOT>notepad cvswrappers > > \CVSROOT>cvs commit > > Oops, i forget: I defined too the environment variable of the CVSNT in my > System Variables. > > In the end of theese steps, i start de CVSNT Service again. > > Well, how we used the cvs only in windows platform, I use the users > registered in my domain of work. So, we use the sspi protocol. > > The problem is: How do I import my existent project to my cvs repository? > And How do I create it? > > Thanks for the pacience of everyone. > > Regrard´s > > > -- > Edvandro Santos - Desenvolvedor pela Creative Storm. > contato: | edvandro.santos at gmail.com - 21 8663-5406 | skpe: edvandrosantos > > > > -- > Edvandro Santos > Programador Java - J2SE | J2ME | J2EE > edvandro.santos at gmail.com > -- ~.d.i. Java & Web Developer. edvandro.santos[@]gmail.com