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Upgrade a CVS server to something else?

I've always been under the impression that Subversion supported Tags.

Unless I'm missing something as I'm not a programmer and don't deal with
revision control software on a daily basis.

On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 4:50 PM, Mark Woodward <markw-FJ05HQ0HCKaWd6l5hS35sQ at> wrote:

> I'm almost embarrassed to say this, but I have my source code in a CVS
> repository.
> OK, it is mainly just me, but occasionally, I have other collaborators.
> It has been in service on the same ip address for over a decade.  The
> machines may have changed, but the repository has not.
> Seriously, I need an opinion about what to use. I don't particularly
> like subversion, I'm used to CVS and if I'm going to upgrade by my
> source and my habbits I want to adjust to something better. Subversion's
> stated goal was to be better than CVS, and that's a little short sighted
> IMHO. I think svn's lack of tagging makes it a deal breaker.
> Is git any good?
> What about Mercurial? Bazaar?
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