The Mutant Dinosaurs
SubversionSubversion tries to replace CVS by implementing the concepts behind CVS correctly. As if that would help... Other cheat sheets like documents that don't fit on a sheet of paper:
SVKSVK tries to use subversion to overcome the limitations of cvs by putting a distribution layer on top of it, so you can for example have a local history of your changes to a project that uses SVN . Other cheat sheet like documents that don't fit on a sheet of paper:
The Big ThreeThree systems will probably be dominating the distributed VCS space, each having at least on important free software project as a prominent user: mercurial, bzr and git, all of which can do almost everything most projects might need.
mercurialMercurial has seen an important uptake by SUN and in the Java environment in late 2007.
GITgit is of course the VCS of the linux kernel. Other cheat sheet like documents that don't fit on a sheet of paper:
- There are more than enough links on the GIT Wiki Links page
bazaar or bzrbazaar or bzr (formerly bazaar-ng) is most famous as the VCS of Ubuntu Linux. Other cheat sheet like documents that don't fit on a sheet of paper:
The contenders like darcs and monotone follow when I find the time. I made this page for a reason, that was ... wait a moment ... oh yes, I wanted a link to a cheat sheet for a VCS I don't want to use to acces the reporitory of I project I want to look at. And neiter darcs nor monotone are in that category.