Distributed Concurrent Versions System

The Distributed Concurrent Versions System (DCVS) is a distributed revision control system that enables software developers working on locally distributed sites to efficiently collaborate on a software project. DCVS is based on the well known version control system Concurrent Versions System. The code is freely distributable under the GNU and BSD style licenses.

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Distributed Concurrent Versions System - History
... DCVS has been developed by team members of the elego Software Solutions GmbH in Berlin/Germany ... The first release of DCVS was in August 2002 ...

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