svnpserver is a CVS pserver implementation that works against an SVN (Subversion) repository. It can be useful for old build scripts or legacy application when migrating from CVS to SVN.
|Tags||Software Development Version Control CVS Subversion|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: More bugs were fixed. A (non-standard) version command wsa also implemented to find out the svnpserver version remotely: simply telnet to the svnpserver port and type the command "version" (without quotes). A bug that prevented checkout of tags and branches was fixed.
Release Notes: More bugfixes were made for interacting with other cvs clients: HEAD-Tag is now recognized, and syslog logging works as advertised.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed for interacting with other CVS clients.
Release Notes: Several bugfixes for tagging and committing.
Release Notes: The "cvs tag" command was implemented. A bug in static directory handling was fixed: A static directory in CVS doesn't change the set of files. Merging of changed files when doing a cvs update was implemented.