How can I use TortoiseCVS client to create a local repository?
Posted on 2004-04-21
I've been told I can use Tortoise to make my own repository on my system, without even using a CVS server,
by using the "locally mounted folder" option.
Once we do that, we're supposed to be able to type in the directory we want to create the repository in...
but how do I do that, when everything is in *nix format?
It accepts paths like "/usr/root/folder", and I need something like "d:\source\project".
If anyone has got this to work before, let me know, I'd like a local repository for my software,
and if a freeware app like Tortoise can do the job, all the better.