MacCVSClient
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A client for CVS, the open source version control system. It includes a mechanism to ensure conflicts are resolved before committing changes, support for RBL and AppleSingle storge of Mac OS resource files, and more. The new version adds simplified Import/Export Translator handling, copy/paste and drag-and-drop of textual formats of Translators and Ignore Filters, updated documentation, and other changes. MacCVSClient is free for Mac OS X and Classic Mac OS.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.1 or later








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Schmelding reviewed on 16 Jun 2005
Crashes on launch, can't run. Useless. It seems as all the CVS clients out there stink, and none are truly native Cocoa clients. Someone prove me wrong, please?
[Version 1.9]

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Anonymous commented on 24 Jun 2005
Sorry to hear it crashed. Could you let me know what system and hardware you were trying to run it on? And possibly the crash log?
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Anonymous reviewed on 07 Sep 2004
I think this application works great. A previous review asked many questions... some of those have to do with the CVS itself, not the client. The CVS I work requires comments for all files, it's not the client.

It's really painless, if you know how to use a CVS system... and it's free, and stable.
[Version 1.9]


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Anonymous reviewed on 26 Jun 2004
Not a very good application, but unfortunately the only one that works with Sourceforge for me.

Why do I always have to enter a comment? This is stupid.

Why is it so slow and crashes?

Why do I have to check out a sandbox? This is ridiculous.

Why can't I set options (like -kb) after a file has been committed?
[Version 1.9]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Jun 2004
I can't open a "sandbox" that I haven't checked out using this client? Why does this client--the only one I've seen with this restriction--care how my workspace got checked out? I'm not about to trash and re-checkout my several GIGAbytes of workspace just to try out this application. I go back and forth between command-line, XCode, and GUI client (which currently--and apparently will remain--is MacCVS X) for managing my workspace with CVS, and this behavior leads me to believe that it might do something extraneous to my workspace that I'd rather not deal with in the other environments.

Still looking for that "optimal" CVS GUI client...
[Version 1.9]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Mar 2004
I prefer CVL:

http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/10290
[Version 1.8.1]


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Downloads:5,779
Version Downloads:3,300
Type:Internet : Reference
License:Free
Date:10 Aug 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X / OS Classic
Price:Free0.00
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A client for CVS, the open source version control system. It includes a mechanism to ensure conflicts are resolved before committing changes, support for RBL and AppleSingle storge of Mac OS resource files, and more. The new version adds simplified Import/Export Translator handling, copy/paste and drag-and-drop of textual formats of Translators and Ignore Filters, updated documentation, and other changes. MacCVSClient is free for Mac OS X and Classic Mac OS.


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