CVSup is a software package for transferring and updating collections of files across a network. It consists of a server called cvsupd and a client called cvsup. CVSup is faster (often by an order of magnitude) and more flexible than traditional network packages such as rdist and sup. In addition, CVSup has special knowledge of RCS files (as used by CVS). Software projects using CVSup to distribute their CVS repositories include FreeBSD, KDE, and (shortly) Postgres.
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Release Notes: Some bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Major new features include strong client/server authentication, accelerated client performance, numerous minor bugfixes, improved statistics generation and better cross-platform portability.