Unix platform code CVS updating
ducasse at iam.unibe.ch
Fri May 9 17:50:33 UTC 2003
I tried some cvs on mac and this is so disappointing that I went back
to the command-line.
In 2003 our industry is crawling ...... backward.
On Friday, May 9, 2003, at 06:44 PM, Tim Rowledge wrote:
> Hi Ivo
>> I've noticed that there're already at least two more or less
>> so I
>> don't want to interfere... - to many cooks just spoil the broth... ;-)
>> However - if you need addtional help to handle this, just say a
>> word... :-)
> Thanks for volunteering (to all three of you). 'asparagi' is planning
> attack this weekend and I'm sure she'll holler for help if any is
> needed. It's nice to know there are a few CVS savvy people around. I
> check stuff out, commit it and swear at it and that's about all.
> Of course, it would help dummies like me if there was a decent UI tool
> for all the platforms I use. I've tried (on unix) cevisia (it stinks)
> and some tcl/tk based doobry (it stunk) and MacCVS (ummm....) and !CVS
> on RiscOS (which actually works ok for checking out but doesn't handle
> ssh yet so I can't use it to commit to SF ).
> Now, wasn't there some lazy ne'er-do-well on this list that was going
> solve all this for us ? :-)
> Tim Rowledge, tim at sumeru.stanford.edu, http://sumeru.stanford.edu/tim
> There are never any bugs you haven't found yet.
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