emacs and svn
Misko <email@example.com> writes:
> Does emacs support svn version control as it does with cvs? And
> how do I enable that feature.
>From the Emacs info page (I am using emacs-snapshot)
The Emacs version control interface is called VC. Its commands work
with different version control systems--currently, it supports CVS, GNU
Arch, RCS, Meta-CVS, Subversion, and SCCS. Of these, the GNU project
distributes CVS, GNU Arch, and RCS. We also have free software to
replace SCCS, known as CSSC; if you are using SCCS and don't want to
make the incompatible change to RCS or CVS, you can switch to CSSC.
It's enabled by default. Just open a file thats under version control
and you should have all the vc commands available to you.
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