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integrate Eclipse with the WinCVS

ashok ks
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Joined: Oct 31, 2003
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How can i integrate Eclipse with the WinCVS ?
Ilja Preuss

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Why would you want to? Eclipse comes with its own integrated CVS support.

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Jeff Langr
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Originally posted by ashok ks:
How can i integrate Eclipse with the WinCVS ?

I'm not sure what question you're asking. WinCVS is a CVS client, and you don't need it--as Ilja mentions, Eclipse has built-in CVS client support.
If you're trying to get CVS to work with a repository on your own Windows machine, your best bet is CVSNT. It gives you a pserver. Eclipse (last I checked, a few months ago) doesn't allow you to run against :local: CVS repositories.
[ February 15, 2004: Message edited by: Jeff Langr ]

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