CVS 1.11

Date of last revision: 02/02/2001

From the man page:

CVS is a version control system, which allows you to keep old versions of files (usually source code), keep a log of who, when, and why changes occurred, etc., like RCS or SCCS. Unlike the simpler systems, CVS does not just operate on one file at a time or one directory at a time, but operates on hierarchical collections of directories consisting of version controlled files. CVS helps to manage releases and to control the concurrent editing of source files among multiple authors. CVS allows triggers to enable/log/control various operations and works well over a wide area network.

CVS 1.11 help index:


Availability


Conflicts


Preparation

CVS 1.11 uses standard setup scripts. You must type

setup cvs

to use this application. If you want to run this version of the software even if other versions are available, use cvs-1.11 instead of cvs in your setup statement.

See "helpme setup" for information on finding out what versions are available or what to do if the setup statement does not work.


Running CVS 1.11

See the CVS man page for full instructions or type "cvs --help" for a quick command summary.


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