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Net Beans with CVS

Kitty Dayal
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Joined: Jul 22, 2004
Posts: 89
Hi,
I have been using NetBeans 4.0 for past 1 week. I should say its pretty good, though its slow for 256mb winXP m/c. I am not able to configure CVS on netbeans, Anybody there who has been using netbeans let me know how to configure CVS support on netbeans.

Thnx
-K
Guy Allard
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Joined: Nov 24, 2000
Posts: 776
I think the answer is going to depend on the details:

-Version of Netbeans (What does V4 support?)
-Do you need to access a CVS repository via ssh, or is pserver suffucient? (You can graft ssh support onto a Win box, not too difficult.)
-Do you want to use the builtin CVS client support, or use an external CVS client?
-Are you running a CVS server on that Win box, or is it remote? If remote, what platform?


Have you seen this info:


NetBeans Version Control FAQ

And this

V4 VCS Modules

???

If you are setting up something to play with, rather than interface with the job, I'd seriously suggest taking a look at the Subversion support rather than CVS.

Regards, Guy
 
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