[thelist] low-tech cvs solution?

Anthony Ettinger apwebdesign at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 28 23:25:24 CDT 2005

well, cvs is tried and true. And there are front-ends
for it if you want to avoid using the commandline.

I've heard good things about subversion too. BOth of
which I think can be administered by 1 person for a
small project.

ClearCase I would advice against.

--- Paul Bennett <Paul.Bennett at wcc.govt.nz> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I work in a small team that manages a medium-sized
> site (1.6Gb of code and content) and need a better
> source control solution.
> Getting a dedicated cvs server is an option, but
> we'd need to maintain it ourselves. I'm the techiest
> on the crew, and that's limited to 3 yrs mysql / php
> programming with some apache / Linux experience. The
> others are web-novice to web-savvy but command-line
> cvs would scare our other coder to death.
> Can anyone recommend a simple solution for source
> control. I've used Tortoise/CVS in the past and have
> heard good things about subversion. Any input
> welcome.
> Thanks,
> Paul
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