[geeks] revision control
david at cantrell.org.uk
Wed Mar 13 05:58:18 CST 2002
On Tue, Mar 12, 2002 at 11:35:57PM -0500, Joshua D Boyd wrote:
> So, I'm thinking that a revision control system would be a good idea.
> Something that I can check every increment that compiles back into, or check
> in nightly, or something. So, what do people suggest? A full blown CVS
> server for little ol' me? Something else like RCS or SCCS?
If you are the only developer, RCS will do fine. It'll also do fine for
multiple developers if you are happy to have only one person work on any
given file at once.
Personally, I prefer RCS to CVS even for multi-developer projects, as I've
had too many problems trying to merge multiple changes into the same code
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