Beginning with TortoiseCVS: A guide to begin using the TortoiseCVS client for source code management on the CropForge collaborative software development site.

Abstract

The Concurrent Versioning System (CVS) enables developers to work concurrently by using the copy-modify-merge model. Developers download a working copy of the source code from a CVS server, make changes, and subsequently upload those changes into the CVS repository. The source code is usually in a directory tree that contains the files that make up the software project.

This manual describes the steps needed to create an initial local copy of the source code from a CVS repository located on the CropForge server. The client software used is TortoiseCVS.

Citation

IRRI. Beginning with TortoiseCVS: A guide to begin using the TortoiseCVS client for source code management on the CropForge collaborative software development site. (2007) 21 pp.

Beginning with TortoiseCVS: A guide to begin using the TortoiseCVS client for source code management on the CropForge collaborative software development site.

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