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CVS Web Client no longer supported by Martin Cleaver

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

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

Posted by Martin RJ. Cleaver 2001-08-11

Survey - choose new name for CVSWebClient.

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.

Posted by Piotr Kaminski 2001-04-30

CVSWebClient v 2.2 is just released.

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...

Posted by Piotr Kaminski 2001-04-15

New Website Launch!

Our new website has been launched! Enjoy!

Posted by Nick Jennings 2001-03-24

New mailing lists!

We now have cvswebclient-users and

Everyone currently on the Yahoo! list should switch to the new list(s).

See :
for subscription info.

Posted by Rob Helmer 2001-03-14

CVS Web Client needs assistance!

CVS Web Client is an extension to CVS Web that allows updating of a CVS repository using only a web browser. (

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

Martin Cleaver

Posted by Martin RJ. Cleaver 2001-03-04

Fixed editing of MS office files.

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.

Martin Cleaver.

Posted by Martin RJ. Cleaver 2000-10-28

CVS repository now on-line!

Hi all!
Just a quick note to say that the reposiory is now online. Contact me for R/W access!


Posted by Martin RJ. Cleaver 2000-10-04

Please use the bugs list!

Hi all,
Please submit all bugs you find to the bugs page. Thanks. M.

Posted by Martin RJ. Cleaver 2000-10-03

CVS repository is out of step.

Hi all,
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.

Posted by Martin RJ. Cleaver 2000-10-01

Release at end September 2000

Hi all,
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

Posted by Martin RJ. Cleaver 2000-09-24

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