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OSNews: Learning CVS Using KDE's Cervisia

Feb 23, 2004, 07:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Carlos Leonhard Woelz)

[ Thanks to Carlos Woelz for this link. ]

"A CVS repository holds the current files, and every contributor keeps their own local copy, named working folder. One can add his modifications to the CVS main repository (a process called 'committing') and/or update his own copy to reflect recent changes made by other contributors. This article will show you how to manage your CVS repository using Cervisia, a easy to use CVS front end.

"The main repository can be set to hold your own project, if you wish to use the nice revision control features of CVS..."

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