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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 4/5
Section - - What can I use to manage versions of software?

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 A port of the Unix RCS utility is downloadable as:
 <http://www.simtel.net/gnudlpage.php?product=/gnu/gnuish/rcs57pc2.zip&name=rcs57pc2.zip>
 (executable)
 <http://www.simtel.net/gnudlpage.php?product=/gnu/gnuish/rcs57pc1.zip&name=rcs57pc1.zip>
 (source)

 This version of RCS is no longer limited to one-character extensions on
 filenames (for example, .CPP and .BAS are now OK).

 As for commercial software, I posted a question asking for readers'
 experiences in July 1993 and seven readers responded. PVCS from
 Intersolv (formerly Polymake) got five positive reviews, though several
 readers commented that it's expensive; RCS from MKS got one positive and
 one negative review; Burton TLIB got one negative review; DRTS from ILSI
 got one positive review.

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