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Could anyone help me out on this one. I downloaded WinCVS and installed it. The reason for using CVS is that together with a friend of mine we're going to work on a project. So i want CVS to be available for me locally and for my friend from antother computer. I use CVS together with eclipse, does anyone know how to set this up. I couldn't find it anywhere and the manual from the CVS page isn't much help...

 
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As far as I know, WinCvs is only a CVS *client* - what you will need is a CVS *server*. If I remember correctly, it is called CvsNt.
 
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If ur using linux server. Ur will work with CVS easily.

U want to configure the CVS get the doc using info cvs in linux terminal.
 
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