How to configure CVS on OS X 19:18 on Friday
If you want to use the TextMate CVS Bundle, you need to set up CVS on the command line first. Here’s what you need to do:
Add the following environment variable declaration to your bash
~/.profile file, replacing the values with pointers to your repository. I’ve used a remote repository in this example.
If you’re not comfortable with doing CVS updates on the command line, I suggest you install CVL. You might find it looking a bit arcane, but believe me, it’s the best CVS gui for OS X there is. Well, Eclipse is not bad either, but at 80 megabytes it is a bit heavy if you only need an easy interface to CVS.