From: Andreas Goetz <cpuidle@gm...> - 2009-05-16 08:03:16
This has been asked on the mailing list before. Please check the
sourceforge pages on CVS- these should answer all questions.
Essentially, you'll need to get a CVS client like TortoiseCVS for
Windows to do the work for you.
On 14.05.2009 21:34, RamnDump wrote:
> Ok, is there a better way than dling 1 file at a time? Is there somewhere that has a zip of current vs that I am not seeing? I have browsed around the CVS unless I am just not seeing it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andreas Goetz [mailto:cpuidle@...]
> Sent: Thursday, May 14, 2009 10:06 AM
> To: RamnDump
> Subject: Re: Videodb
> You'll need to get the current version from CVS.
> On 14.05.2009 05:49, RamnDump wrote:
>> I saw your recent post about the new beta v4.0 of videodb. I have
>> been checking online, but it still shows vs 3.03 online. Is there a
>> link to the new vs yet?
>> Thanks for the great package!
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