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====== Using Qct with CVS ======

Qct can auto-detect CVS repositories, so you can run the standalone
application from inside any CVS repo without any setup.  However, qct
does accept a '--cvs' command line option for completeness.

Usage Notes:
  o Assumes you have a working cvs command line tool
  o Assumes you have CVSROOT setup appropriately
  o Assumes there is no passphrase required for rsh/ssh access
  o Does not support listing ignored files (cvs seems broken in this regard)

For a commit message template, place the template message into 
~/.commit.template

PS:  The CVS back-end is not as well tested as I would like.  If you
find a bug or find support for a particular cvs feature not to your
liking, please send me an e-mail.   In particular, I would like feedback
on how well Qct works with CVS on Windows, and how well it deals with
merge conflicts.