Package cvs

Concurrent Versions System

http://cvs.nongnu.org/

CVS (Concurrent Versions System) is a version control system that can
record the history of your files (usually, but not always, source
code). CVS only stores the differences between versions, instead of
every version of every file you have ever created. CVS also keeps a log
of who, when, and why changes occurred.

CVS is very helpful for managing releases and controlling the
concurrent editing of source files among multiple authors. Instead of
providing version control for a collection of files in a single
directory, CVS provides version control for a hierarchical collection
of directories consisting of revision controlled files. These
directories and files can then be combined together to form a software
release.

General Commands (Section 1)
cvs
Concurrent Versions System
File Formats (Section 5)
cvs
cvs is a system for providing source control to hierarchical collections of source directories. Commands and procedures for using cvs are described in cvs(1)...
cvs.csh
The cvs.csh script is sourced when a user of a C log-in shell is logged in. The purpose is to set CVS_RSH environment variable, so that a cvs user connecting to...
cvs.sh
The cvs.sh script is sourced when a user of a Bourne log-in shell is logged in. The purpose is to set CVS_RSH environment variable, so that a cvs user...
System Administration (Section 8)
cvsbug
cvsbug is a tool used to submit problem reports (PRs) to a central support site. In most cases the correct site will be the default. This argument indicates the...