> The first decision is should I select CVS or SVN ?
> Any advice appreciated.

I'm using SVN together with TortoiseSvn each day in my work for more
than a year now. Did not have any serious problems since (the only thing
that I stumbled over is the filename case-sensitivity issue - but that
is the same for CVS AFAIK).

One big advantage of SVN in my opinion is the fact that it does not
require a server process. This comes handy for smaller projects, e.g. if
I am the only developer or all developers are in the same LAN. This
would not be the case with ICS on SourceForge, of course :-)

And SVN comes with very good documentation.


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