Distributed Interactive Simulation
CVS is a source code control system that maintains a history of all changes made to each directory tree it manages.
Currently we do not use CVS for version control, changes are sent to email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org. These links remain a handy reference in case we resume CVS version control.
One of the primary benefits of CVS is that it provides a server/client protocol which allows for a totally distributed source code management system.
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