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    hi all,
    is that any software that can keep track the source code changes in the server site?
    For example SourceSafe in Windows
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    You've got plenty of options, CVS is pretty popular (my last company we used that in preference to source safe for windows). RCS is useful too, I believe that uses the same database format as CVS. And there are plenty of others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roxoff
    You've got plenty of options, CVS is pretty popular (my last company we used that in preference to source safe for windows). RCS is useful too, I believe that uses the same database format as CVS. And there are plenty of others.
    thks for ur suggestion
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    subversion is better than CVS, it also handles binary files in a sane way. (as opposed to CVS)
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