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also removes any stale locks (see the section called “Sometimes You Just Need to Clean Up”) found in the working copy.
Hello everybody out there using CVS, When I add a new file to a branch and then merge this file into the HEAD, CVS keeps updating this file after changing between HEAD and branch or vice versa by "cvs up -A" or "cvs up -r branch" although the file itself hasn't been changed.
The GPL license lets you improve Tortoise CVS, as long as you make any changes to the source code available.
If you would like to help implement some features, please see the development section.
If you want to set up a new shared repository, you will need a CVS server.
We recommend CVSNT for both Unix and Windows machines.
Skipped 'tempfile.tmp' Updating 'paint': A palettes.c U brushes.c Updated to revision 60.
As software projects become larger, it makes sense to move to a team model of development, where a number of programmers work together to design, implement, document, test, and maintain a project.Tortoise CVS can also be used with original CVS, but some features depend on a CVSNT server.There are some CVS things that you can't do with Tortoise CVS - have a look at the feature requests database.The IDE scans your open projects and if they contain directories, file status and context-sensitive support automatically becomes active for CVS versioned projects.If you want to connect to a remote repository from the IDE, then check out files and immediately begin working with them, do the following: Alternately, you can import a project you have been working on in the IDE to a remote repository, then continue to work on it in the IDE after it has become versioned with the CVS repository.As Fred Brooks observed, adding more developers to a project can increase the costs of communication substantially.