SnapSource is a utility written in Perl to automatically and periodically take a snapshot (incremental backup) of your source code and display the modifications in a 2-column (original and modified) format similar to that of cervisia. Changes, additions, and deletions are displayed in different colors, customizable per user preference. It is not another CVS, and it is not a front-end to CVS, but it is supposed to be used in between CVS commits.
> Yet another version control system?
> I think I'll stay with CVS.
No, SnapSource is nYACVS. It is not another CVS. It is supposed to be used in-between CVS commit calls.
The interval of "snapshots" taken by SnapSource is in measured
in minutes, but the interval of CVS checkin is usually days.
Missing information on FM ][
After FreshMeat was switched to FM ][, the
old hit counters of the projects were missing!