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Answer / gguueesstt
CVS is a version control system. Using it, you can record
the history of your source files.
For example, bugs sometimes creep in when software is
modified, and you might not detect the bug until a long
time after you make the modification. With CVS, you can
easily retrieve old versions to see exactly which change
caused the bug. This can sometimes be a big help.
You could of course save every version of every file you
have ever created. This would however waste an enormous
amount of disk space. CVS stores all the versions of a file
in a single file in a clever way that only stores the
differences between versions.
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Answer / prakash
CVS stands for Concurrent Version System. It is a
Configuration management tool used for version control.
It is a repository tool.
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