I use GNU Arch to do revision management on my documents. I've
suggested to my better half that she uses something similar for her
college work (given the current climate on copying etc...). CVS will do
what she wants perfectly and I need a GUI that will allow her to create
a CVS repository, add files, checkin changes (with comments) and that's
it. A very simple use case.
There are two well known GUIs for CVS. Cervisira for KDE and gCVS for
Gnome 1.4 (it's a usability car crash). As she's a Gnome 2.6 user I was
hoping there would be a simple stand-alone CVS GUI for Gnome 2. Does
anyone know of one?
Unfortunatly googleing for "CVS", "Gnome" and "GUI" in pretty much any
order brings up lots of references to the CVS repository for the gui
module of GDM :(
Aidan Delaney email: adelaney at cs.may.ie
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