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Re: this is cool

From: Niels P. Mayer <npm_at_collab.net>
Date: 2000-07-27 23:08:51 CEST

> yea yea yea...win32 and all...but...the idea of integration in the browser
> is totally neato. it borders on something like early webdav. :-)
> <http://www.wincvs.org/TortoiseCVS/index.html>

big deal.. emacs has had close integration of a generic version control
system for many years now. I've used xemacs and the "VC" (version control)
on both Win/NT and Unix for like 5-10 years. Nice thing is you get the same
interface/functionality whether your rev controlling in RCS or CVS -- it
figures it out automatically and just does the right thing. Additionally,
there's the most excellent PCL-CVS package which gives you a browser
interface to a given set of CVS'd directories, and lets you, co, update,
etc (plus get status of individual files, e.g. added, changed, modified, etc.

vcscvs.netbeans.org is an integration of CVS into netbeans IDE and it's
built-in code-smart editor. Again, this is really cool. They basically let
you create CVS-based filesystems that you can mount and unmount like any
other filesystem. The difference is that the filesystem is remotely
reposited and version controlled.

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