Linked by Carlos Leonhard Woelz on Fri 20th Feb 2004 07:29 UTC
General Development CVS is a tool to record, manage and distribute different versions of files. In other words, CVS is a version control system. It allows easy collaborative work, as each of the contributors can work in his local copy at the same time, without fear of overriding each other modifications. It allows the recovery of past versions (useful for tracking bugs), the creation of branches (for experimental development or for releases) and more.
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re:CVS on KDE? WTF?
by Anonymous on Fri 20th Feb 2004 19:47 UTC

I am a gnome user and I personally dont think that KDE is any more bloated than Gnome. Your choice of GUI's and all the funny little proggies that you add are the ones that make it bloated.