Difference between revisions of "Rcs"

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From the GNU site:
From the GNU site:
<blockquote>The Revision Control System (RCS) manages multiple revisions of files. RCS automates the storing, retrieval, logging, identification, and merging of revisions. RCS is useful for text that is revised frequently, including source code, programs, documentation, graphics, papers, and form letters.</blockquote>
<blockquote>The Revision Control System (RCS) manages multiple revisions of files. RCS automates the storing, retrieval, logging, identification, and merging of revisions. RCS is useful for text that is revised frequently, including source code, programs, documentation, graphics, papers, and form letters.</blockquote>
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currently RCS is used much for regular revision control but comes in quite handy when you need to keep versions but have no need for an extensive external repository.
currently RCS is used much for regular revision control but comes in quite handy when you need to keep versions but have no need for an extensive external repository.

Revision as of 01:31, 10 February 2007

Revision Control System

From the GNU site:

The Revision Control System (RCS) manages multiple revisions of files. RCS automates the storing, retrieval, logging, identification, and merging of revisions. RCS is useful for text that is revised frequently, including source code, programs, documentation, graphics, papers, and form letters.


currently RCS is used much for regular revision control but comes in quite handy when you need to keep versions but have no need for an extensive external repository.