[Tutor] CVS for Python

Smith, Jeff jsmith at medplus.com
Wed Aug 3 20:59:15 CEST 2005

If this is a Windows box then I highly recommend CVSNT
(http://www.cvsnt.com/) with TortoiseCVS (http://www.tortoisecvs.org/).
I've heard good things about Subversion but haven't tried it yet and
don't know how its Windows installation is.  There is also a TortoiseSVN
(http://www.tortoisesvn.org/) for it.

The Tortoise line are Windows explorer pluggins that allow you to use
the Windows explorer to drive the systems.

Another option is Perforce (www.perforce.com) which is free for up-to 2


-----Original Message-----
From: Bernard Lebel [mailto:3dbernard at gmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 2:52 PM
To: Python Tutor list
Subject: Re: [Tutor] CVS for Python

Okay sorry for not being clear.

I meant CVS for my own Python scripts. Right now, when I make a change
to an existing script, I copy it into an "old" directory, rename with to
append the version number, and overrwrite the actual script with the new
version. This works well but sometimes is a pain to handle when multiple
files are involved in toolsets.


On 8/3/05, Alan G <alan.gauld at freenet.co.uk> wrote:
> > Does anyone can recomment a good CVS for Python?
> CVS?
> What exactly do you want beyond the standard tool?
> Alan G.
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