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Derek R. Price
Fri, 25 May 2001 10:26:04 -0400
Derek Price CVS Solutions Architect ( http://CVSHome.org )
mailto:address@hidden CollabNet ( http://collab.net )
Tis better to be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and
remove all doubt.
"Derek R. Price" wrote:
> amit madhok wrote:
> > Sir,
> Please send further questions of this nature to address@hidden Also,
> much of this information is already available on http://cvshome.org .
> > I have never used CVS, and perhaps have never used version control software
> > before i am intersted in knowing that how is this system better than Visual
> > Sourcesafe
> > a)Can it be run on Windows Nt Server
> Yes. There are several clients available for windows and at least one server,
> though the server is behind a few versions, I believe.
> http://cvsgui.org http://www.cvsnt.org
> > b)Can i distribute the entire project on the web ( is it browser based)
> There are several web browsers, at least one web client and a java client
> available, but no, strictly speaking, CVS is not browser based.
> > c)if i can distribute it on the web and if i want to get the latest file for
> > modification will it allow me to do if the file is checked
> > or it will give me some message file already checked cant check in
> CVS allows multiple check outs. You should really at least skim the manual.
> There is one up at http://cvshome.org/docs/manual/cvs.html .
> > Does it keep a history by making a seprate copy of each file that has been
> > modified or it overwrites it
> It stores diffs, actually, not copies of files, but the effect is much the
> and any checkin of any file can be recovered later.
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- CVS, amit madhok, 2001/05/29
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