Linux Software Map: CurVeS - visual interface for CVS version control


  • Version: 0.8.5
  • Entered-date: 1998-09-06
  • Description: CurVeS performs two functions. It provides a menu and command completion interface to CVS so that inexperienced users can learn the features of CVS without documentation. This also involves adding some meta-features that are built from CVS commands which are used together in some common-use circumstances. The second function of Curves is to provide visual presentation of a project directory so that the status of each file is comprehensible at a glance. CurVeS uses color, when available, to accent the file classification marks.
  • ftp://ftp.netcom.com/pub/el/elf/curves
  • curves-0.8.5.tar.gz/
  • curves-0.8.5.lsm/
  • Keywords: CVS RCS version control
  • Author: elf@netcom.com (Marc Singer)
  • Maintained-by: elf@netcom.com (Marc Singer)
  • Platforms: Any UN*X. Tested on GNU/Linux and Solaris. C++ necessary to build from source. CVS and possibly RCS to use.
  • Copying-policy: GPL
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