Current software and processes

Current software and processes - Concurrent Versions System...

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Concurrent Versions System (CVS) CVS uses a branch model to support multiple courses of work that are somewhat isolated from each other but still highly interdependent. Branches are where a development team shares and integrates ongoing work. A branch can be thought of as a shared workspace that is updated by team members as they make changes to the project. This model enables individuals to work on a CVS team project, share their work with others as changes are made, and access the work of others as the project evolves. A special branch, referred to as HEAD, represents the main course of work in the repository (HEAD is often referred to as the trunk). 292 WebSphere Application Server V7.0: Concepts, Planning, and Design CVS has the following features: _ Free to use under the GNU license _ Open source _ Widely used in the development community _ Other SCM repositories can be converted to CVS _ Many free client applications are available, for example, WinCVS _ Can store text and binary files
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2012 for the course ITC 020 taught by Professor Abcd during the Spring '12 term at Andrew Jackson.

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