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On Tue, 26 May 1998, [iso-8859-1] Nicolás Lichtmaier wrote:

> > >  Why aren't we using CVS to handle all our static pages?
> > All the pages that are maintained by multiple people should
> > already be using RCS. If people want to switch to CVS, that's
> > fine by me. Personally, I found RCS to be a pain in the neck so
> > didn't bother using it when I was the sole maintainer of a page
> > (I have copies at home and often scp pages to master).
>  It's just a matter of setting it up. A typical `set up once, enjoy for
> ever' case (a simple `cvs commit' would upload the changes).
>  I'm leraning CVS now to propose it in my job. =)

Yeah, CVS is great, I use it for alot of things.. It's really handy for
a directory tree in-sync when multitple people are working on it. 

cvs commit on your end and a cvs update on the other end 


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