CVSWeb Client is no longer supported by Martin Cleaver.
If you have an interest in maintaining the existing codebase, please contact me and I will look into making you an administrator of this project.
If you wish to add to the documentation set of this software, please use the collaborative website software on http://www.cvswebclient.org/
You could also try using the mailing lists.
I give my apologies for delay in the announcement of this notice and I am very sorry that I cannot answer your questions regarding Cvswebclient - given my work pressures and interests I choose to no longer devote time to this piece of software. ... read more
CVSWebClient is going to change its name.
We have made a little survery about new name.
Please visit page
and answer a few questions about new name for this project.
CVSWebClient is now integrated with CVSWeb and has all its features. There are also a few new functions: browsing history, searching files in repository, ability to display all revisions of a file as a branches tree, and more...
Our new website has been launched! Enjoy!
We now have cvswebclient-users and email@example.com
Everyone currently on the Yahoo! list should switch to the new list(s).
See : http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=8968
for subscription info.
CVS Web Client is an extension to CVS Web that allows updating of a CVS repository using only a web browser. (http://cvswebclient.sourceforge.net)
The project needs a project lead and developers to set the vision and implement functionality.
If you are interested in taking an active role in CVSWebClient please join http://www.yahoogroups.com/subscribe/cvswebedit.
The latest version in the CVS repository contains updates:
1) editing of MS Office files is a lot more obvious
2) editing of text files can be done in the browser again.
See the cvswebedit-changelog.txt file.
Once I have tested on Solaris I will make a new release.
Just a quick note to say that the reposiory is now online. Contact me for R/W access!
Please submit all bugs you find to the bugs page. Thanks. M.
Just a quick note to say that the CVS repository at Sourceforge is currently out of step with the release. This will be rectified in the next couple of days.
I have completely revamped the cvswebclient
sources and have requested that it gets installed at sourceforge. It might take a couple of days for the admins to install the code.
I recreated the cvsroot tree from scratch and retagged the 5 releases.
I HAVE NOT DONE ANY TESTING YET. I would be surprised if it even runs.
However, I know that some of you are very keen to help / get your hands on the code so here it is. ... read more