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Version Control of PHP Files on Apache & Linux.

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Dear All,

Can anybody suggest a version control package for PHP files running on Apache. I assume it is on a Linux server. My background is Windows platform using ASP and Visual SourceSafe so something that works in a similar fashion to that would be good.

Any help much appreciated.

Regards,

Ben.
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I wouldnt suggest anything for PHP, however webcvs is awesome, runs of PERL, meaning you will need to install ActiveState's perl.

You can also look at GForge http://gforge.org/ (an example at http://gforge.freestandards.org/scm/cvsweb.php/?cvsroot=lsb)

 Or try http://horde.org/chora/
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