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ddog
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      08-04-2007
I'm using Eclipse 3.2 and have to install CVS to run via Eclipse. If
anyone else is using CVS w/Eclipse and knows where to obtain CVS and
instructions to set it up I'd appreciate it. It is very unclear using
Google searches where CVS for Windows/Eclipse actually lives. Thanks
in advance

 
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Lew
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      08-04-2007
ddog wrote:
> I'm using Eclipse 3.2 and have to install CVS to run via Eclipse. If
> anyone else is using CVS w/Eclipse and knows where to obtain CVS and
> instructions to set it up I'd appreciate it. It is very unclear using
> Google searches where CVS for Windows/Eclipse actually lives. Thanks
> in advance


If Eclipse doesn't come with a custom CVS client, which I thought it did but
I'm not expert about Eclipse, you could either download Cygwin, which includes
a nice command-line cvs client and a whole bunch of UNIX utilities ported to
Windows, or any of a zillion clients that you can google up.

There's a CVS server product called CVSNT. That's all I know about it.

CVS's so-called "Cederqvist manual" is available from:
<http://ximbiot.com/cvs/manual/>

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Jeff Higgins
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      08-04-2007

ddog wrote:
> I'm using Eclipse 3.2 and have to install CVS to run via Eclipse. If
> anyone else is using CVS w/Eclipse and knows where to obtain CVS and
> instructions to set it up I'd appreciate it. It is very unclear using
> Google searches where CVS for Windows/Eclipse actually lives. Thanks
> in advance
>


Kinda old but still good tutorial.
<https://eclipse-tutorial.dev.java.net/eclipse-tutorial/part2.html>

CVSNT is here:
<http://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/>


 
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Jason Whaley
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      08-04-2007
On Aug 4, 9:33 am, ddog <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> I'm using Eclipse 3.2 and have to install CVS to run via Eclipse. If
> anyone else is using CVS w/Eclipse and knows where to obtain CVS and
> instructions to set it up I'd appreciate it. It is very unclear using
> Google searches where CVS for Windows/Eclipse actually lives. Thanks
> in advance


Unless you somehow installed an extremely stripped down version of
eclipse (and whether that exists or not I dunno) your eclipse install
should have a CVS client installed already. Check Window->Open
Perspective->Other and you should see a perspective called CVS
Repository Exploring. You may also check out from CVS by creating a
new CVS project.

If you don't see any of these... I'd suggest reinstalling eclipse.


 
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