|Concurrent Versioning System
Meaning of Concurrent Versioning System.
Concurrent Versions System (CVS, also known as the Concurrent Versioning System) is a revision control system originally developed by Dick Grune in July 1986.
CVS operates as a front end to RCS, an earlier system which operates on single files. It expands upon RCS by adding support for repository-level change tracking, and a client-server model.
Released under the terms of the GNU General Public License, CVS is free software.