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Re: visual client

From: Adam Chodorowski <adam_at_chodorowski.com>
Date: 2002-05-01 22:08:41 CEST

On Wed, 1 May 2002 12:54:18 -0700 Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org> wrote:
[Deactivating LURK mode]


> IMO, WinCVS has *TOO* many options. It simply exposes the CVS commands and
> switches without any regard to how the user wants to actually interact with
> their files/dirs. It is truly an awful piece of software.

Yes, I agree fully. It would IMHO be much better to look at TortoiseCVS
(http://www.tortoisecvs.org/) for inspiration, which is a very nice program
which integrates with Explorer as a shell extension. You don't have access to
every single feature of CVS (which you get with WinCVS) but it's more than
enough for day to day use.

Adam Chodorowski <adam@chodorowski.com>
Microsoft doesn't make hardware, and you can't have failed to notice 
that it's been not making quite a bit of hardware recently. It has for 
example been not making the Xbox, not making Stinger and - just this 
week - not making Tablet PCs.
    -- John Lettice / The Register
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