mercredi 7 février 2007, par anass
is an introduction to version control and CVS, with links to more introductory material.
CVS is the Concurrent Versions System, the dominant open-source network-transparent version control system. CVS is useful for everyone from individual developers to large, distributed teams :
Its client-server access method lets developers access the latest code from anywhere there’s an Internet connection.
Its unreserved check-out model to version control avoids artificial conflicts common with the exclusive check-out model.
Its client tools are available on most platforms.
CVS is used by popular open-source projects like Mozilla, the GIMP, XEmacs, KDE, and GNOME.
Source :Ximbiot.Auteur :Bob Arnson