How to get and install CVS for windows

A version of CVS Client for Windows 95/NT/2000 and CVS Server for Windows NT/2000 has been bundled with the UD6/CMtool Driver. By default it is installed in a sub-directory named CVS. If it is not there, the option may not have been selected during installation.

CVS is a product of the GNU free software organisation. It is covered by the terms and conditions of the GNU Public License (GPL) and source code for CVS available from the GNU web site. Compiled versions for other platforms, including VMS and most varieties of Unix are readily available on the web.

The table lists the origins of the CVS components included with the UD6/CMtool Driver:

ItemWWW Address
Documentation sources
pre-compiled binary

Further Information

Other Links

How to use the driver with a configuration management solution (cont.)

CVS Reserved Checkouts
CVS Unreserved Checkouts

UD6 Overview
A methodology to Uniface source code control

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