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CVSweb is a WWW interface for CVS repositories with which you can browse a file hierarchy on your browser to view each file's revisio
CVSweb is a WWW interface for CVS repositories with which you can browse a file hierarchy on your browser to view each file's revision history in a very handy manner.
CVSweb was originally written by Bill Fenner for the FreeBSD Project, and instantly won great popularity among software developers for its usability.
FreeBSD-CVSweb, formerly known as knu-CVSweb, is an enhanced version of CVSweb based on Henner Zeller's CVSweb, which is an extended version of the original CVSweb. Akinori MUSHA made numerous cleanups, bug-fixes, security enhancements and feature improvements over the version and brought it back where it was born. FreeBSD-CVSweb is currently maintained by Ville Skytt?.
FreeBSD-CVSweb is freely available under the terms of The BSD License. It is currently used by such projects as FreeBSD, Mandriva, NetBSD, OpenDarwin, and Ruby.
What's New in This Release:
Better human readable diff output when rcsdiff doesn't output anything, as well as improved "Diff to" presentation in the log view.
MIME types are allowed to contain "+".
CVSweb 3.0.6 keywords