Contributed by jose on from the cvs-up--Pd dept.
The Onlamp website has a two part series on CVS. The first part covers an introduction to CVS. Some of the information there will be old hat for readers of the OpenBSD CVS pages, but plenty of new information is introduced in it to make it worth reading if you're only using CVS basics. The second piece covers tracking changes to the repository. This can be useful for watching what happened to a file over the course of time and who made what changes.
If that's not enough, you can always go read the CVS book , most of which is available online for free. , which is the preferred method of CVS networking.
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