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Old 10th February 2009
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Default Revision Control Software

For years the *BSD projects (among many others) used primarily CVS for revision control. I think I noticed that FreeBSD either is going to or has already migrated to Subversion. And OpenBSD is working on OpenCVS, a BSD licensed CVS replacement (goodbye GNU! - maybe all the BSD projects will start using this). I'm wondering what are the reasonings behind which revision control software is used.
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