[seek-dev]Nice CVS client for windows

Matt Jones jones at nceas.ucsb.edu
Tue Dec 3 12:24:04 PST 2002

Bertram --

We also use WinCVS at NCEAS. It works fine too.  The major difference is 
WinCVS is a separate application, whereas TortoiseCVS is integrated 
right into the windows explorer. Personally I really prefer the command 
line for its simplicity and speed, but these graphical interfaces are 
convenient for Windows.


Bertram Ludaescher wrote:
> I've been using WinCVS and it seems to work ok so far.
> Anyone any insights on the differences between the two?
> Bertram

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