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Submission + - FreeBSD begins switch to Subversion (freebsd.org)

An anonymous reader writes: The FreeBSD Project has begun the switch of its source code management system from CVS to Subversion. At this point in time, FreeBSD's developers are making changes to the base system in the Subversion repository. We have a replication system in place that exports our work to the legacy CVS tree on a continuous basis. People who are using our extensive CVS based distribution network (including anoncvs, CVSup, cvsweb, ftp) will not be interrupted by our work-in-progress. We are committed to maintaining the existing CVS based distribution system for at least the support lifetime of all existing "stable" branches. Security and errata patches will continue to be made available in their usual CVS locations.
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FreeBSD begins switch to Subversion

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