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Nuke Cops Presents betaNC Bundle CVS Online Repository
Nuke CopsNuke Cops tonight presents to the community-at-large access to the Nuke Cops CVS Online Repository. This betaNC repository will be representative of our betaNC website. Now you'll be able to see each file as it goes thru revision and download at will. What you see at betaNC is what you get through our brand new NC-CVS Website.
Posted on Sunday, July 13 @ 21:18:26 CEST by Zhen-Xjell
 
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Re: Nuke Cops Presents betaNC Bundle CVS Online Repository (Score: 1)
by sharlein on Sunday, July 13 @ 21:47:46 CEST
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Thank you. I do have one question, are these files for the last public release, or the latest nonpublic release?



Re: Nuke Cops Presents betaNC Bundle CVS Online Repository (Score: 1)
by charlyt on Monday, July 14 @ 04:10:53 CEST
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Hi !

Is there a possibility to have a real CVS-Access to get and merge the sources per CVS client ?
Downloading the files one by one is not really an amusement - or did i miss the right options ?

ciao, Charly


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