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Old 12-27-2007, 11:44 AM
"Michael Schwendt"
 
Default CVS is dead (was: how to jigdo download a fedora 8 re-spin in one easy step?)

On 27/12/2007, Martin Marques wrote:
> Karl Larsen escribió:
> >
> > Beginning now I planned to learn what CVS is and look for
> > instructions on wiki care and feeding.
>
> Please Karl. CVS is dead. Check Mercurial, which is great, has a book to
> learn how to use it, is distributed and has an excelent help:

Still, CVS is very relevant to Fedora, since several of its
repositories use CVS. The source RPM contents are maintained in CVS,
for example.

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Old 12-27-2007, 02:38 PM
Les
 
Default CVS is dead (was: how to jigdo download a fedora 8 re-spin in one easy step?)

On Wed, 2007-12-26 at 22:38 -0300, Martin Marques wrote:
> Karl Larsen escribió:
> >
> > Beginning now I planned to learn what CVS is and look for
> > instructions on wiki care and feeding.
>
> Please Karl. CVS is dead. Check Mercurial, which is great, has a book to
> learn how to use it, is distributed and has an excelent help:
>
> $ yum install mercurial
> $ hg help
>
> Be happy! :-D
>
SourceForge still uses CVS, as do many other development places. There
are other revision control packages, but until you mentioned it, I had
never heard of Mercurial. Of course I am an "Old Fart", so that may
mean something to put it in context.

Regards,
Les H

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