O'Reilly Network: Tracking Changes in CVS
Jun 20, 2002, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"CVS, the Concurrent Versioning System, manages simultaneous
development of files. It stores files in a central repository, and
allows users to check out working copies of the files and commit
changes back to the repository.
"CVS maintains a record of the changes to each file, allowing
the user to revert to a previous version, merge versions, and track
changes. Change-tracking can be surprisingly useful, and is
"This article builds on Introduction to CVS and CVS
Administration. Some topics discussed there are used but not
defined in this article..."