<pre>I do not know of anything that is what you describe.
However, if line termination can be dealt with, why not just move the working directory? Checkout the source into a WD on Windows. Complete the work. Tarball and move the entire WD tree to the other platform (Linux?). Complete the work there. Checkin. I believe the only issue is line termination.
On the other hand, I am not sure why you cannot checkin each piece of work separately. I know that I would prefer to tag the Windows version before I moved on to the other OS. This would give me more leverage in terms of managing the source.
Also note that CVS is *designed* to be concurrent. The sources can be editted on both platforms simultaneous, and then merged. I realize this may not be efficient if your mods on both platforms have a high level of overlap, which tends to defeat merges.
> Hello, > > I have scanned the archive and I did not see anything related to this. However if there was a post previous please accept my appologies. > > My question is simple. > > I have a need to make the code changes on machine A (windoze system). then move them to machine B for inital testing (to see if the code even works) before checking into the CVS server (C). > > B and C are different systems. Is there some way to configure jCVS to upload a file to a sandbox system before runing the 'commit' to the CVS server? > > TIA. > > - David