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From: Patrick Dughi (dughi@imaxx.net)
Date: 11/22/98

> Greetings,
> Ronny Iversen wrote:
> > We are three person who are going to code on the same mud. Since we are not from the same country we need an efficient way of
> >
> > coding on the same source. Also some of the coders will have restricted access to some of the code, anybody knows how to implement this
> >
> > eficiently?
> Check out CVS. http://www.cyclic.com
> It's OpenSource (R and whatever) and pretty much what most advanced MUDs
> use, according to my experience.

        Of course, you could also check out Peforce.  Frankly, it kicks
CVS in the ass.  It has a nicer format, implements RCS internally, has a
web interface, easier branching and tagging, plus a simpler update and
commit functions.

        Oh, sure, its commercial, but I have it on good authority that it
is free for projects that are non-profit.  I think circle, by-way of its
license, falls into this category.


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