Choosing a source code control system
The purpose of a source code control system is to take snapshots of your files at specified points, so you can track the history of changes, or obtain earlier versions.
We have available these source code control systems:
rcssystem manages the history of changes to a single file. See `Using the RCS source code control system'.
svn(SubVersion) system manages all the changes to an entire file tree. See the online documentation.
cvssystem is an earlier, flawed product that has been supplanted by
svn. See the man page for cvs.
John Shipman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: 2007/12/05 22:15:16 UT