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Hi All,

Please let me know any freeware revision control software name and URL. Any response is highly appreciated.

OS: Solaris 5.10

Thanks,
NagaSmilie
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Hi.

See the tables at Comparison of revision control software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, many are free, most are for Unix-like systems, some mention Solaris specifically.

Let us know what you finally choose and why ... cheers, drl
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man 5 rcsintro
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Thanks for your reply.

Regards,
NagaSmilie

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