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> other commercial 'CVSNT clients' do not financially support the project. The problem is that some companies may be induced to buy a cvs client instead of a cvsnt suite package - especially Windows developers - because the os server works well, while a good client is not easy to find. WinCVS development have been still since February 2007, and many developers (me included) do not like shell extensions like Tortoise. If money has to be spent somewhere, the choice may be to buy a decent client, especially where people do not need advanced features like replication, or can easily implement them with other free tools (i.e. we use CruiseControl and easily integrated CVSNT with Mantis). IMHO cvsnt suite would be much more interesting if it could offer a good client (not custom version of os packages) bundled, especially if it integrated the administrative features of Workspace Manager. -- Luigi D. Sandon