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[SOLVED] Tortoise CVS & WinCVS

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Hi Folks
Any body experienced in using Tortoise CVS or WinCVS... I am trying to create local repository with WinCVS and i feeling some difficulty in doing so.. how to update our code changes to repository.. can anybody explain me in creating Local repository and accessing it..

and also i need to know how to access that from MPLAB IDE or KEIL..
 

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I am using Tortoise and Subversion. Both open source with free binary downloads.
Tortoise makes it very easy to use, all commands available from Windows explorer.
It also integrates into Mplab if you are using Pic micros.
 

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please add something about software release management with WinCVS...

After releasing a software, how to continue working with code in Repository
 

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use the command cvs co -r <version number> <file name> to get the previous version of a file
 

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