pcl-cvs / Motivation

Just today I started using Pcl-cvs 1.05.  So far it seems truly
wonderful (I'm going to use it all the time). [...]  Thanks a lot for
writing pcl-cvs -- so far it looks to be incredibly useful.
		-- Tom Tromey <tromey@busco.lanl.gov>
	Just thought I'd drop you a line to let you know that I *love*
your pcl-cvs mode for Emacs (I'm using it with version 19.19).  It's
made using CVS a lot easier and helped make converts out of some of my
co-workers who never really believed in revision control before.

	At any rate, thanks for the great product and keep up the good
		-- Caleb Epstein <cae@jpmorgan.com>
Jag anvander pcl-cvs sedan lange och finner det vara ett alldeles
utmarkt verktyg. 
		-- Leif Lönnblad <lonnblad@HP-Cluster.desy.de>
	As a postscript, I must say that I *love* pcl-cvs; in fact, I
no longer use CVS from the command line.  Basically any operation I'm
interested in can be done from within Emacs.  Bravo and keep up the
good work!
		-- Caleb Epstein <cae@jpmorgan.com>
Cool package!
		-- K. Richard Pixley <rich@cygnus.com>
Your pcl-cvs package is really very nice.
		-- Mark Rosenberg <mr%tss.com@uunet.uu.net>
Pcl-Cvs. It's great. It make working with CVS a joy. Thank you!
		-- Tommy Thorn <tthorn@daimi.aau.dk>
Pcl-cvs is the only way to use CVS, IMHO.
		-- Tom Tromey <tromey@busco.lanl.gov>
pcl-cvs is way cool.
		-- Barry A. Warsaw <warsaw@anthem.nlm.nih.gov>
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