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Rob Loach
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CVS/SVN Client

I've been using SmartCVS and SmartSVN from my USB key and although they do work, they arn't truly portable (requires Java and doesn't save settings in the application directory).

Does anyone have any recommendation for CVS and SVN clients that can run from a USB key?

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WinCVS may be

WinCVS might be. As long as you copy the CVSNT stuff to its directory. Let me know if it is and maybe I'll package it up for easy download.

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Registry

Thanks for the recommendation. I tried it out and I think it's storing its settings in the registry.

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LinCVS

I reviewed LinCVS and it stores its settings in the registry.

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RapidSVN

I've reviewed RapidSVN and although it saves SVN server bookmarks on the local machine, it does run correctly.

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