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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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CVS Repositories

A Concurrent Versions System (CVS) repository is a persistent data store that coordinates multi-user access to projects and their contents. Projects in a repository can be of two forms: immutable (a project version) or modifiable (a project in a branch). Communication between the repository and Workbench clients is possible over local or wide area networks.  Currently the Workbench supports two internal authentication protocols for CVS: pserver and ssh. Authentication protocols provided by external tools can also be used by CVS.

You can find more information on CVS at https://ximbiot.com/cvs/.

Related concepts
Team programming with CVS
Branches

Versions
Local history

Related tasks
Creating a CVS repository location

Related reference
CVS
CVS Repositories view


 
 
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