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Title: Cervisia  
Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia
Language: English
Subject: Concurrent Versions System, Kdesdk, KAlgebra, Kiosk (software), Kdenetwork
Collection: Concurrent Versions System, Free Version Control Software, Kde Software, Version Control Gui Tools
Publisher: World Heritage Encyclopedia


Developer(s) Bernd Gehrmann, Christian Loose, André Wöbbeking, Carlos Woelz
Stable release 15.08.1 / September 15, 2015 (2015-09-15)
Written in C++
Type version control

Cervisia is a graphical front end for Concurrent Versions System (CVS).

Cervisia implements the common cvs functions of adding, removing, and committing files. More advanced capabilities are importing and checking-out modules, adding/removing watches, editing/unediting and locking/unlocking files, blame-annotated file viewing, tagging/branching, conflict resolution/mergings and the ability to update to a given tag, branch or datae. Additionally, it has graphical functions that include tree and list view of the change log of a file, color-coded file status, and graphical diff'ing between versions, similar to xdiff.

Cervisia requires Qt 4 and KDELibs 4.

External links

  • Cervisia Homepage
  • Cervisia on
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