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Well, time is the answer. Or the complete lack of it. My sincerest apologies.

I am the sole author of jCVS, and I would never interfere with any project furthering its usage. Besides, the com.ice.cvsc package, which you are actually dependent on, is also LGPL (and soon to be BSD).

Please feel free to proceed!

Are you still working on this?
Is it possible that something changed?

I mean, for example, did the xinetd cvs options change (missing --allow-root)? Some other file permissions?

What I see looks like CVS not liking the repository.
Wow! Thank you for posting this!
I don't know if I will ever have time to hack the distro, but I will see if there is an update or some easier solution.

IF you have the latest jCVS II, it will properly recognize "C:/cvs" or equivalent Windows paths. Note the use of forward slash.
This is a known bug that I owe a release to fix. It is known that the mechanism of using the JFrame object as a lock for the UI when performing the commit, causes the Swing API to timeout on its event stack, giving you the effect of freezing. Hopefully, I can fix this soon.
No. Many years ago, jakarta asked me to change my license to BSD so they could use my package. I agreed that I would do that, but I never heard back from them. Every now and then I think about writing the task, but I never find the time.
Release 1.4.3 of jCVSWeb is now available.
This will correct some issues that arose with Tomcat5.
There are no new features, only bug fixes.

See the download page: http://www.jcvs.org/download.html
I will use this thread from now on to announce new releases for JCVSWeb. That way, you can watch this thread and get email notification of new releases. Tim.
Thank you so much for finding the fix and posting it. Also for the other contribution you made.

I hate to say it, but the only way we will make any progress on this problem is to dissect the trace log. There is something about "&" modules that causes my algorithm to break. If we can identify the difference, then we can fix it. Please turn on some tracing for the special module, and then for a normal module. Then let us compare the logs to see if there is an obvious difference.
There is a sticky posting in the developer's forum.
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