CVS--Concurrent Versions System v1.11.6: CVS--Concurrent Versions System v1.11.6
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CVS--Concurrent Versions System v1.11.6

This info manual describes how to use and administer CVS version 1.11.6.

1. Overview    An introduction to CVS
2. The Repository    Where all your sources are stored
3. Starting a project with CVS   
4. Revisions    Numeric and symbolic names for revisions
5. Branching and merging    Diverging/rejoining branches of development
6. Recursive behavior    CVS descends directories
7. Adding, removing, and renaming files and directories    Adding/removing/renaming files/directories
8. History browsing    Viewing the history of files in various ways
CVS and the Real World.
9. Handling binary files    CVS can handle binary files
10. Multiple developers    How CVS helps a group of developers
11. Revision management    Policy questions for revision management
12. Keyword substitution    CVS can include the revision inside the file
13. Tracking third-party sources   
14. How your build system interacts with CVS    Issues related to CVS and builds
15. Special Files    Devices, links and other non-regular files
A. Guide to CVS commands    CVS commands share some things
B. Quick reference to CVS commands   
C. Reference manual for Administrative files    Reference manual for the Administrative files
D. All environment variables which affect CVS   
E. Compatibility between CVS Versions    Upgrading CVS versions
F. Troubleshooting    Some tips when nothing works
G. Credits    Some of the contributors to this manual
H. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual   

This document was generated by Derek Robert Price on May, 26 2003 using texi2html

Derek Price, CVS developer and technical editor of Essential CVS (Essentials line from O'Reilly Press) , and others offer consulting services and training through Ximbiot.