From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-09 07:15:25
"John Maddock" <jm_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> Do realize that people are different and that my programming preference is
>> almost always to use a GUI interface over command lines as long as the GUI
>> interface lets me do what I want to accomplish. Of course I write actual
>> code in a fancy editor just like everyone else <g>. I will dig into the
>> version of the link first, although my initial reaction to CVS was not
>> joyful, but I am sure it can not be that arcane to use.
> Check out TortoiseCVS: it integrates with the windows shell and is pretty
> much wonderful and easy to use. It does lack the power features of WinCVS
> or the command line, but that can sometimes be a good thing. One caveat
> however: I've never tried to use it in pserver (read only access) mode.
pserver is not equivalent to read-only. You can get CVS write access
with pserver, just not at SourceForge, because its insecure.
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