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Iam new to cvs. Anyone tell me how to start learning cvs in eclipse, online tutorials also.

Thankyou.
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Amrita,
Try reading a basic CVS tutorial first.

There isn't a whole lot to CVS in Eclipse. It's the CVS concepts that matter. For the Eclipse screens, see this tutorial.

The official manual is a good reference if you are looking for a specific command.
 
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Amrita,
please let know the OS you are running Eclipse on. Maybe I can get you more info.
as Jeanne said there is nothing much to CVS in Eclipse. Once CVS is configured, various CVS tasks can be accessed from the context menus.
 
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