Stable CVS 1.11.23 has been released. Stable releases contain only bug fixes from previous versions of CVS. This version includes an efficiency fix that reduces checkouts of very old revisions from an O(n^2) operation to an O(n) one, as well as yet another Windows file time stamp handling fix (bug #22781), and some other minor fixes and efficiency improvements. We recommend this upgrade for all CVS clients and servers!
Please take a look at the NEWS file from the CVS source distribution and the CVS 1.11.23 manual for more information about the changes contained in this release.
CVS can be downloaded from the GNU download server within four hours of this announcement or one of the mirrors after 24 hours or so (make sure to check the ”’non-gnu”’ directory on the mirrors). (This release may be obtained from Savannah download server prior to appearing on the GNU download server, but please don’t use the already heavily loaded Savannah download server unless you have to.) For other ways to obtain CVS, please read How to get GNU Software.
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