Major differences between CVS and CVSNT | CVS Vs CVSNT
CVSNT was started as a variation (or branch) of CVS in 1999 because patches contributed to CVS were not considered to be suitable for that project by those responsible for making such decisions at that time.
CVSNT has continued to add features to the original CVS that support modern version control and configuration management best practice as well as maintain feature parity with CVS.
Today CVSNT is the most widely deployed version of CVS and is distributed with TortoiseCVS and WinCVS.
Similarities between CVS and CVSNT
- From a SCM perpective, they share similarity in purpose, Commands including syntax and functionality
- Both are freeware
- Both can be accessed through clients.
- Both are supported with Unix-like, Windows, Mac OS X
Difference between CVS and CVSNT
- An alternative to CVS with advance features and support
- CVS is being maintained but new features are not being added henceforth CVSNT is being maintained and new features are under development.
- CVS is having only merge function instead of CVSNT is having merge and locking system as well.
- CVS is having limited features than CVSNT
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