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Re: [xml-dev] Is CVS A Practical Means to Manage XML Versions InA Production Environment

On 09/17/2011 03:18 AM, Len Bullard wrote:
> Assembling a free to near free environment for multiple authors working
> on multiple projects where some must be able to simultaneously edit then
> merge XML and illustrations, is free CVS a practical means?

IMHO, a source control system is only relevant if used as a vehicle for 
a versioning scheme and a development point, similarly to any source 

One may use such a tool to develop and provide versions via URL locators 
for example, but the development/versioning scheme is the important bit 
- a source control system can reflect thhe scheme used via branches, 
tags, the trunk etc.


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