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    hey, looking for windows-based C++ ide that uses CVS's...

    extssh protocol to communicate with a remote server.
    please help!

    thanks

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    Don't know of one specifically, many ide's use plugin prog's for cvs....putty works over ssh....and I found all that in about 5 seconds on google...
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    Eclipse along with the CDT (C/C++ Development Tools) .

    Eclipse is more known for its Java IDE, but the C/C++ IDE isnt bad (not quite as good as the JDT though). The CVS integration is quite good.

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    I saw eclipse but I wasn't aware that they had a C++ IDE as well...their site was difficult to navigate.
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    Not so much an IDE as a plugin to the IDE to enable support for C++. I haven't tried the plugin but I have tried Eclipse and it is quite good. Just make sure you have plenty of memory and a fairly new processor or it'll be sluggish. A Pentium 3 should be sufficient.

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    first off Waldo2k2, you have no idea what you're talking about.

    and i found that CDT thing for eclipse already, but the problem is that, from what i found, its only for linux at this point. there isnt one for windows yet.

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    well dosent Dev-C++ have CVS support...

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    I do believe so.

    http://www.bloodshed.net/dev/devcpp.html

    It says "CVS Support"
    Im not sure if it is fully functional as it is still in beta.
    What is C++?

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    Quote Originally Posted by revelation437
    and i found that CDT thing for eclipse already, but the problem is that, from what i found, its only for linux at this point. there isnt one for windows yet.
    try actually reading the link....
    there is most definately a windows build http://www.eclipse.org/cdt/

    @Frobozzz. Everything in eclipse is a plug-in. even the Java IDE. Eclipse itself is a platform for building IDE's, the architecture for EVERY app that runs in eclipse is a plug-in.

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    >>first off Waldo2k2, you have no idea what you're talking about.

    really?
    hmm...
    >>Everything in eclipse is a plug-in. even the Java IDE.
    kind of like how the compiler for most IDE's are a seperate program...isn't that a plugin??

    you asked the question, I gave you an answer, stop being such a n00b and learn how to:
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    B. Stop bashing people who help you
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    Dev-C++ does have CVS support, assuming you configure it to work with an existing CVS client, apparently.
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