Concurrent Versioning SystemThe Concurrent Versioning System, or CVS, is a source code management system built on top of RCS. CVS originated as some scripts many years ago written by Dick Grune. These scripts were later taken as the starting point of the current CVS design by Brian Berliner, who then coded the current CVS with some help from Jeff Polk.
Today, CVS is a public domain project being supported mostly by Cyclic. Cyclic provides commerical support for CVS.
If you wish to access the Giant Java Tree source repository from a command line, say under Linux or UNIX, then you will want to visit the Cyclic site to obtain the latest sources to CVS, or possibly a binary package for your operating system.
Once you have obtained the CVS program, then you will need to review the instructions on using the cvs program to access the anonymous CVS server.
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