Python, licenses and CVS
phr-n2001d at nightsong.com
Wed Nov 28 06:31:08 CET 2001
Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> writes:
> > Depends. If only one person is working on the project, CVS is overkill.
> > If lots of people are working on it, it's a good idea.
> My opinion: a good idea if only one person is working on it.
> Mandatory if more than one work on it.
CVS is a layer over RCS that lets multiple people work on the same
files at the same time, and automatically merges their changes at
check-in. I don't see any point to it for a one person project. RCS
is a lot simpler. I use RCS for one-person projects and couldn't live
without it. But I haven't found a reason to deal with the increased
complexity of CVS. Is there one?
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