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Upgrade a CVS server to something else?

> From: discuss-bounces-mNDKBlG2WHs at [mailto:discuss-bounces-mNDKBlG2WHs at] On Behalf
> Of Mark Woodward
> 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?

You don't have to like svn, but listen.  You're using cvs.  Svn is plainly
superior to cvs.

You should be aware of the differences between svn vs git vs hg.  Please

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