An Introduction to the arch Version Control System
Linux Journal tells us about the
arch Version Control System.
"arch is a software version control system similar to CVS and Subversion that was started by programmer Tom Lord to meet his version control needs. This article introduces some of arch's key features and presents a brief tutorial on using version 1.0pre11. One reason for arch's creation was to overcome some weaknesses in existing version control systems, such as the lack of atomic commits, the inability to keep track of file renames and difficulties when working on different branches of a project."
(Submitted by Noel Tue May 14, 2002 )
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