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Re: distributed CVS repositories

From: Paul Sander
Subject: Re: distributed CVS repositories
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 14:42:51 -0800

You might also take a look at Monotone:

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Take a look at CVSUp - there may be others as well.
CVSup is a software package for distributing and updating collections 
of files across a network.  It can efficiently and accurately mirror 
all types of files, including sources, binaries, hard links, symbolic 
links, and even device nodes.  CVSup's streaming communication protocol 
and multithreaded architecture make it most likely the fastest 
mirroring tool in existence today.

On Wednesday, January 14, 2004, at 08:18  AM, Purushotham Komaravolu 

> Can cvs support distributed development usage? That is to say, if we
>  have four CVS server, located in different place. But they are all
>  used for just one project developing, each server stores different
>  source code or binary data, if a developer want to check in/out the
>  source code that does not exist on the local CVS server, local CVS
>  server will provide a link pointing to the remote CVS server that
>  stores what he want to check in/out.  For the developers, the whole
>  four CVS servers are just like one, at least just have a logical
>  view.
> Thanks
> Regards,

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