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  Other CVS Documentation

The MacCVSClient User Guide describes mainly MacCVSClient specific issues.

There is a host of other documents available both on the web and in bookstores that explain CVS in general or the use of CVS in special types of projects. Here's a short list. It's far from complete but might give you a good starting point.

The order of the items on the list does not imply any ranking in quality or some such. Don't hesitate to email me regarding suggestions and corrections.

  A Short Bibliography
Version Management with CVS
by Per Cederqvist et al.; document that comes with the stock CVS sources, available in PostScript, (PDF?), texi, plain text, HTML and other formats; an online copy is at http://www.cvshome.org/docs/manual.
CVS Version Control for Web Site Projects
by Sean Dreilinger; as the title says, this has a particular focus on web site handling with CVS; available formats are PDF, HTML, and PostScript; http://durak.org/cvswebsites.
Open Source Development with CVS
by Karl Fogel; published by Coriolis; this book comes in two flavours: the CVS related chapters are GPL'ed and can be downloaded from http://cvsbook.red-bean.com in different formats; alternatively you can buy a hard copy that contains a few more chapters on Open Source Development.
CVS Pocket Reference, 2nd Edition
by Gregor N Purdy; published by O'Reilly, August 2003; http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/cvspr2.
Essential CVS
by Jennifer Vesperman; published by O'Reilly, June 2003; http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/cvs.
How to Setup a CVS Server
by Michael Amorose; http://www.michael-amorose.com/articles/computers/cvs/index.html.
Setting Up a CVS Server on Mac OS X
by Daniel Côté; explains a number of different ways of setting up CVS servers on Mac OS X systems; http://www.novajo.ca/cvs.html.
CVS Reference Card
by Andrew Ford; a great CVS command reference card for your desk to quickly look up how that odd option was called again; http://refcards.com/refcards/cvs/index.html.
CVS Best Practices
by Vivek Venugopalan; http://www.magic-cauldron.com/cm/cvs-bestpractices/index-cvs-bestpractices.html.
Mac OS X: Version Control with CVS
by Apple Computer Inc. staff; covers SSH setup, repository setup for multi user access, etc.; http://developer.apple.com/internet/macosx/cvsoverview.html.
Sourceforge: Guide to Generation and Posting of SSH Keys
by Open Source Development Network staff; lots of details on how to set up SSH keys for use with Sourceforge. This information can also be useful for users of other SSH/CVS based sites; http://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=761&group_id=1.
CVS Distilled — A quick guide to using CVS
by Dario Alcocer; http://www.helixdigital.com/cvs-distilled.php.
CocoaDev: CvsBasics
by CocoaDev contributors; a collection of info bits and links mainly focussing on Mac OS X, ProjectBuilder and the like; http://www.cocoadev.com/index.pl?CvsBasics.
All your versions [are?] belong to you: An introduction to CVS
by Mark Dalrymple; introduction to CVS including a number of links to releated information and products; http://macedition.com/bolts/bolts_20021016.php.
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