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TkCVS shows the status of the files in the current working directory, and has tools for tagging, merging, importing, exporting, checking in/out, and other user operations.
TkCVS also aids in browsing the repository. For Subversion, the repository tree is browsed like an ordinary file tree. For CVS, the CVSROOT/modules file is read. TkCVS extends CVS with a method to produce a "user friendly" listing of modules. This requires special comments in the CVSROOT/modules file.
Although TkCVS now supports Subversion, it will still work happily without it in your CVS directories. It didn't abandon CVS, it just grew some new capabilities.
Q1. I get an error that says "error in startup script-invalid command name "get_cde_params" while executing "get_cde_params" (file"usr/local/bin/tkcvs"line 1) Q2. The "Hide" and "Show" fields don't seem to do anything. Q3. How do I log in to a remote server? Q4. Can I use a diff tool other than tkdiff with tkcvs? Q5. How do I import a new module? Q6. I can't get the Module Browser to wor more»
TkCVS(1) TkCVS(1) NAME TkCVS - a Tk/Tcl Graphical Interface to CVS and Subversion SYNOPSIS tkcvs [-dir directory] [-root cvsroot] [-win workdir|mod‐ ule|merge] [-log file] DESCRIPTION TkCVS is a Tcl/Tk-based graphical interface to the CVS and Subversion configuration management systems. It displays more»
Release 8.2.2 May, 2010 - Make the propget svn:mergeinfo branch diagram behave more like our merge tags, i.e. show only the first merge point instead of all revisions containing the merge. This should improve performance relative to version 8.2, too. - Improve performance in large Subversion directories - Fix CDE font problem - Show date of directories, too. Fix sort-by-revision in SVN more»
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