is an application allowing to exploit the Concurrent Versions System or CVS. It eases the modification of source codes of open source programs. Here are some of its features.
Using Windows explorer: The software is an open source client allowing CVS data management via windows explorer. It permits the use of the existing repository for saving the work, but allows the creation of local folder as well.
Access to SVN: TortoiseCVS
has an expanded menu which allows the implementation of several actions including the modules loaning as well as the versions updating. It also offers the possibility to create patches for submission to the contributors.
Modification previewing: This utilitarian gives the user the possibility to check the status of his historical project online. In this case, the CVS Diff option allows to compare the user's work and the modification that the others have made.
The download of TortoiseCVS
is completely free of charge.
The software is translated in different languages.
It has an online user guide for easy use.
There is nothing to report on it.
Latest update on July 14, 2015 at 04:57 AM.