The Concurrent Versions System (CVS), also known as the Concurrent Versioning System, is an open-source version control system invented and developed by Dick Grune in the 1980s. CVS keeps track of all work and all changes in a set of files, typically the implementation of a software project, and allows several (potentially widely-separated) developers to collaborate. CVS has become popular in the open source software world and is released under the GNU General Public License. Description continues at WikiPedia...
HINT: If you put a Plex-Groupmodel into your CVS you have to add the '~MODEL.$$$' file manually because of the ~ at the start of the file.
Using CVS @ Plex-XML
Beside the generated Java source code the CVS in a Plex-XML project contains all that extra stuff a web application needs:
- XSLT sources
- CSS files
- Pictures, Graphics, Bitmaps, Icons ....
- jar files (optional)
- CVS @ all about
- CVS for the Plex-XML Tutorial
- Head: Plex_XML_Tutorial
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- Password: no public access yet