CVS - CSE 219 Computer Science III CVS...

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CSE 219 Computer Science III CVS https://www.cvshome.org/new_users.html
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CVS (Concurrent Versions System) The dominant open-source version control system Maintains the history of changes made to a set of files by one or more users. Provides access for multiple coders to modify files concurrently (working on a software development team) Allows teams to coordinate their changes Provides back-up for all work Built atop RCS (Revision Control System) RCS is hidden from CVS users Maintains a repository (central code station) and developers “check-out” and “commit” files, directories and modules. repository may be on local machine or server
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CVS Information Official CVS website http://www.cvshome.org/docs/ Eclipse supports CVS: http://www.eclipse.org/eclipse/faq/eclipse-faq.html#users_7 Unix CVS man cvs you may be required to use this in an upper- division course In HW 3, you will be expected to use CVS In the software tool quiz, you will be required to demonstrate use of CVS
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CVS Capabilities Retrieve old versions of source code Compute diffs showing the changes between any two old versions of source code Merge changes made by other programmers into private working copy Get revision history describing changes made since initial version
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2008 for the course CSE 219 taught by Professor Mckenna during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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