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Version Control Systems

Also known as VCS, version control systems are software that manage changes to a set of documents. Some of them can be good at tracking binary files, but the most known usage for VCS are for programming projects.

vcs definitions

Cathedral model
A centralized group of selected programmers are working on the software. The code may not be necessarily available between releases.
Bazaar model
Any contributor is free to work on the software on their side with changes publicly available at any point of time.

Child Documents

Fossil scm
The easy one
Repositories List
Dig for the fuel
Git Workflow
The most used vcs
Mercurial Workflow
A simpler vcs

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Updated on 02L06, edited 5 times (+14/18fh).