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What is CVS?
- All standard features of CVS 1.11.x are supported.
- Developer (read-write) access is provided via CVS over SSH.
- Anonymous (read-only) access is provided via CVS pserver.
- A number of CVS clients are supported, including:
- TortoiseCVS (MS Windows), which can be used in conjunction with PuTTY
- The official CVS client (Mac OS X, Linux, BSD), which can be used in conjunction with OpenSSH
- CVSNT (MS Windows)
- WinCvs (MS Windows), which can be used in conjunction with PuTTY.
- Repositories may be viewed via web browser via ViewVC.
- Commit notifications may be made by email using CVS syncmail.
- Pre-commit and post-commit scripts are supported in several languages.
- Permissions may be managed as follows:
- Repository access may be granted or revoked from a developer using the Project Admin interface.
- Fine-grained access controls may be implemented using cvs_acls.
- Administrators may manage the repository at a filesystem level using our Interactive shell service.
- Repository backups and mirroring may be performed using rsync.
- Commit and checkout events are counted in the statistics system.