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From Ivan Ivanov <rambiusparkisan...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Problems using Ant CVS command
Date Mon, 19 Jul 2004 09:35:44 GMT
--- Juergen.Melzer@betasystems.com wrote: 
> Don't forget that cvsnt stroes the cvspass in the
> registry.

I think I do not understand you. I used to use CVSNT
as a cvs server plus WinCVS as a cvs client and I am
100% sure that WinCVS allows changing of the .cvspass
file location from WinCVS Preferences->HOME folder:
http://www.wincvs.org/winhtml/wincvs11.htm#_Toc453646178.

CVSNT might stores .cvspas in registry, but you are
not bound to use that .cvspass.

Regards Ivan

P.S. Here is a simple ant script that uses different
.cvspass files (not tested)

<property name="apache.cvspass"
value="C:\apache\.cvspass"/>
<property name="apache.cvsroot"
value=":pserver:anoncvs@cvs.apache.org:/home/cvspublic"/>
<cvspass cvsroot="${apache.cvsroot}"
    password="anoncvs" passfile="${apache.cvspass}"/>
<cvs cvsRoot="${apache.cvsroot}"
passfile="${apache.cvspass}" package="ant"
dest="C:\apache\ant"
/>

<property name="sourceforge.cvspass"
value="C:\sf\.cvspass"/>
<property name="sf.cvsroot"
value=":pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/blah/>
<cvspass cvsroot="${sf.cvsroot}"
    password="" passfile="${sourceforge.cvspass}"/>
<cvs cvsRoot="${sf.cvsroot}" passfile="${sf.cvspass}"
package="blahblah" dest="C:\sf\blahblah"
/>


		
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