From: Edward Diener (eddielee_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-10 11:20:11
Alisdair Meredith wrote:
> Edward Diener wrote:
>> 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 .pdf 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.
> I am the same, guess I come from the GUI generation <g>
> [Which probably means I learned to write code on Windows]
> I had no problem bringing down the boost libraries through WinCVS
> though. I simply copy/pasted the 2 commands given with the
> docs into the Admin | Command line box. I don't care so much what
> did (I can work this out if necessary) but from now on I can
> with a single click, and never need visit the command line options
> again <g>
> As Dave says, I am missing a lot of the power of CVS hiding behind the
> GUI, but for now I am not desperately missing those features either.
> Maybe if I needed write access?
I was able to log on to the Boost CVS repository, but I have no idea how to
display the file structure in WinCVS. Is there a way to do this or am I
supposed to issue CVS commands and look into a command line window to see
what is there ?
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