.pyc > .py ?

Rhymes raims at dot.com
Sat Aug 3 17:56:27 CEST 2002


On Sat, 03 Aug 2002 11:45:58 -0400, Roy Smith <roy at panix.com> wrote:

>A source code control system (sometimes known by the more generic term 
>"revision control system") 

I know, like CVS.

>The basic idea is that when you create a new file, you check it into the 
>revision control system.  Then, every time you edit the file (or, at 
>least, get it to a moderately stable state), you check the new version 
>back in.  When I'm actively working on a file, it would not be uncommon 
>for me to do a half dozen checkins a day.  My particular choice of tools 
>(CVS and emacs) integrate well with each other, making this almost 
>effortless.

Mmm i haven't used CVS til now...

>Find one you like and start using it for everything you do.

Is it suitable also for projects on my own machine and not
synchronized on the net?

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