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CVS: An Introduction

Ralph Krause Issue #87, July 2001 Take advantage of the ability to track file versions, collaborate on projects and get back yesterday’s work. If you have downloaded software from the Internet, especially from SourceForge, you probably noticed the letters CVS. CVS stands for Concurrent Versions System and is a tool that allows developers to keep track of their projects. It ...

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CVS: Version Control Beyond RCS

Tom Morse Issue #21, January 1996 If you have tried version control, but are frustrated by the need to set explicit locks every time you want to edit a file, or perhaps dislike being unable to edit a file when other developers have already locked a file, CVS is for you. CVS (Concurrent Versions System) is a version control system. ...

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