> Using a non opensource commercial version control system is just
> to ask for bad carma, extended murphy fields and whatnot in an
> opensource volounteer project...

I would like to understand the discussed weakness of cvs regarding

Could someone explain it (in private) or point me to a link?

I ask because I had to work a lot with MKS SI (RCS based) and it was OK
to manage different branches with it.
So I assumed cvs as a kind of successor to rcs is able to do this too.

Or do people just like an improved architecture?
I understand that systems like Perforce are handling diffs to the
code base not file orientated but rather goal orientated which 
might give a much better overview.


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