What is CVS?
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CVS stands for "Concurrent Version System" and is a
version control system designed for software projects.
The CVS can have multiple users simultaneously online
and working on a
project, also in a file.
The role of the
CVS is to make the
changes in the source code (including bugs) traceable to
make documented. At the same time, older versions are
saved and restored.
Not only for the processing of projects over the Internet /
network by multiple users, the CVS is a useful tool. Even for a
single programmer can use the CVS of benefit. With the possibility
of restoring previous versions.
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