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Joined: Dec 14, 2004
Feb 09, 2006 15:03:00
I have found myself running a project at Uni and we need a free version control system for our software project.
Can anyone recommend anywhere that will provide that service to a closed project?
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Feb 09, 2006 15:39:00
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Feb 09, 2006 17:57:00
Originally posted by James Swan:
EX-cellent choice. You can't do better, even if you spend money.
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Joined: May 26, 2003
Feb 09, 2006 20:53:00
You are going to see a lot of references to CVS and Subversion on the web. Both are free and of good quality. Subversion is newer than CVS and has many useful features, such as tracking history even if you change the file name.
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