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    Alan is offline Member
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    Hi everybody!
    I am working with eclipse, and I need a cvs server, i donīt know if it is independent of eclipse
    What cvs server do you recommend me?
    thank you
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    I think that there is one cvs server.
    I can recommend you CVS to linux, is more reliable than that of the version for windows.

    or you can use SVN (subversion) that is more better than CVS, it has one thing very important: supports check in/check out....
    CVS has it too, but you have to do magic to activate it

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    please check this site
    CVS Howto - Eclipsepedia

    very easy to understand and learn ;)

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    I have found CVS a lot easier to use with Eclipse that Subversion.

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    As far as i understood, Alan is asking for CVS server, not a CVS client.

    I think the best way is to install CVS server available in Linux distributions.

    But if you want to install the server on a Windows box:

    1. You can check CVSNT.
    2. You can install Cygwin to your windows box. I guess it should have a cvs server too. But make sure you check its existence in cygwin distribution since it takes time to install it..

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