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How to setup a CVS

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Hello! I'm working on a bunch of projects currently. I'd like to be able to keep track of the progression of this project. From what I read on wikipedia, a CVS would be what I need. Also, I think I have seen someone on gamedev using this system to generate useful progression log (even graphics :)). I'd like to have a bit of help on how to set up this kind of system so that I can keep track of my work. I had a look at nongnu.com/cvs but i'm a bit confused about where to start. Any help or link to referances are appreciated, thanks!

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I also recommend Subversion over CVS (Subversion was intended to replace CVS, so it's an improvement in almost every regard). The TortoiseSVN manual takes you through the steps of setting up a repository, importing your source and working with it.

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Subversion is cool, but just on the odd chance you acutally wanted an answer to your questions you can try:

http://www.badgertronics.com/writings/cvs/install.html

or

http://www.eos.ubc.ca/research/moc2/cvstutorial/setting.html

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