Eclipse does work with CVS out of the box. You just need to know the address of your CVS server.
The "best CVS" actually is called "Subversion" - for that, you will need an Eclipse plugin called Subclipse, though.
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Joined: Dec 23, 2003
Thanks for your reply , Ilja ,
1. as Subclipse is in client side in server side , could I still use CVSNT ?
2. I install it. But I can't find anywhere to set up connection .
Joined: Jul 11, 2001
1. Subversion is a system that is an *alternative* to CVS(NT). You can use CVSNT with Eclipse as is, but then you don't need Subversion/Subclipse.
2. If you have installed Subclipse, there should be some additional options in the Team preferences, if I remember correctly. Remember that you also need to install a Subversion server.
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