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How to start with cvs in eclipse

 
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I have application in tomcat .Currently i directly change files in my local system and transfer the files to server using a program .Before changing files i make a copy of file .This approach is not at all convenient .I heard about cvs .I want to use it in my application with eclipse.Can anyone guide me from where to start.
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If you do not yet have a CVS repository and just start with a version control system. I would recommend looking at Subversion instead of CVS. It is some sort of successor of CVS. It has excellent documentation on its website.
The downside for you is that Eclipse does not have standard support for Subversion, but there are some good plugins (for example Subclipse) which make working with it from inside Eclipse similar to working with CVS.
 
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