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Visual CVS (Visual Source Control) is a software product that provides distributed version control and source code management.  CVS has extensive command line and GUI interfaces, and integrates tightly with many third-party software products.
Prerequisites:
CVS Module: VC# 6.0
VisualCVS Prerequisites:
Visual Studio 6.0 must be installed (and tested).
Visual Studio 6.0 should be configured for use with the CVS.
Microsoft’s CVS Help can be found here.
Additional Info:
Visual CVS supports .NET projects. To use this tool you must be familiar with Net development using Visual C# (or VB).
When using the CVS from Visual Studio, be careful of the following tips:
•You can only have one project configured in the CVS at a time. If you want to update more than one project, you can either create multiple checkouts and work on them simultaneously or you can create a project for each project that needs to be worked on.
•To make changes to a checked out project, you must first check out the project, make your changes, and then check it back in again.
For example:
    
    
More Information about CVS:
CVS is a widely used open source software tool for centralized version control and source code management. It provides a framework for version control and provides a command line interface that is easy to learn and use. CVS can be used with distributed development and on computers as far apart as the web and the mainframe. 
It is an integrated component of Net software development. CVS supports .NET projects, and provides an extensive command-line interface for command-line projects. With Visual C# and Visual C++ projects, CVS can be used to manage a project’s history and to deploy an application for testing or for release.
Other features of CVS include (but are not limited to):
•Versioning, meaning that all changes to source code (including deletions and overwrites) are versioned as a part of the project history. Versioning includes support for branching. Any versioned changes are stored in archives and are compared to the original source code to determine what to do with a version.
•Patch support: Allows individual source files to be modified without the need

VisualCVS

vCVS_CmdLineProject – creates a command line project for the current
project and adds to it
vCVS_CmdLineConfig – creates a command line configuration for the
current project and adds to it
vCVS_CmdLineCode – creates a command line code folder for the current
project and adds to it

To invoke VisualCVS, type:

% VisualCVS

(Of course, you can put it in your Tools toolbar.)
Then

Select ‘Tools > VisualCVS’
You can add a toolbar icon by right clicking on ‘VisualCVS’ icon
Navigate through the options.

Tagging is very convenient.
PS: VisualCVS is shareware.
Happy Coding 🙂

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SVN is the (dubious, as of now) most popular version control system for Visual Studio.
You can checkout a project from the command line, and you can use the TortoiseSVN client to work with the repo.

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For our projects, we recently have been using SVN. I think it has a few advantages over CVS, the main one being the ability to commit without quitting the working directory.
For example, we don’t want our commit messages to be truncated to 50 characters if the repository is too large. We have made a habit of leaving our commit messages on screen to give ourselves a little more room. This is easily done with SVN.
We’ve also gotten into a “Happy Path Workflow” where we save our.sln and.suo files with the file date at the start of the day, then “lock” the project by closing the solution. As long as you continue to work within the same solution, your changes will be saved when you leave the project. Otherwise, your changes will be saved to the appropriate project files.
We don’t set a working copy to anything other than the root of the repo and we don’t use working copies in our projects. This
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VisualCVS

“VisualCVS is a CVS/SVN compatible version control system which provides a user friendly interface to CVS and Subversion clients and their  repositories.
VisualCVS makes CVS and Subversion easy to use even if they are not familiar with the command line  interfaces.
It provides an easy to use Graphical user interface (GUI) to  work with CVS and Subversion, it supports CVS command  lines, it has its own build system and  allows you to  view and work with the  code of your projects with the same GUI as you use to  manage your source code.”

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Well, I’m pretty sure every Visual Studio project is under version control, even if they’re not using Visual SourceSafe or TFS or whatever. I don’t think Visual Studio makes much of a distinction between version control and just having a file somewhere under version control.
What it probably does do is give you the option of “uploading” your project to Visual Source Safe, and then have it track the source changes you make. But if you don’t want to use that, it’s still easy to just edit your files, and save them to whatever file system you like, as long as the repository knows how to access it.

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VS is a “Version Control System”, which means that it is a centralized system that allows you to store all the source files from different projects into one. The changes you make on these files are “Versioned” and then tracked, allowing you to roll back to a previous point in time if you make a mistake. I know it sounds a little geeky, but it is actually one of the best VCS systems around.
VisualSourceSafe is only one part of the VS Version Control system. Also, as other people have already said, it won’t allow you to upload your files to a remote server, but it will allow you to check your files in, and they will be “Versioned”, in which case, your changes will be reflected in the remote server.
For more info about version control systems, check this out:

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What’s New in the VisualCVS?

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VisualCVS is a version control tool for Visual Studio. It allows you to work with versioned files – normally.cvs and.svn files – directly from within Visual Studio. It is a command line program. It can export and import versions of files and directories with the builtin tools (command-line syntax). It can also add, remove, edit and commit files and directories within your project file. A graphical version is available which is based on the graphical VisualSVN plugin for Visual Studio.
VisualCVS is a version control tool for Visual Studio. It allows you to work with versioned files – normally.cvs and.svn files – directly from within Visual Studio. It is a command line program. It can export and import versions of files and directories with the builtin tools (command-line syntax). It can also add, remove, edit and commit files and directories within your project file. A graphical version is available which is based on the graphical VisualSVN plugin for Visual Studio.
VisualCVS is a version control tool for Visual Studio. It allows you to work with versioned files – normally.cvs and.svn files – directly from within Visual Studio. It is a command line program. It can export and import versions of files and directories with the builtin tools (command-line syntax). It can also add, remove, edit and commit files and directories within your project file. A graphical version is available which is based on the graphical VisualSVN plugin for Visual Studio.

Full description
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VisualCVS is a version control tool for Visual Studio. It allows you to work with versioned files – normally.cvs and.svn files – directly from within Visual Studio. It is a command line program. It can export and import versions of files and directories with the builtin tools (command-line syntax). It can also add, remove, edit and commit files and directories within your project file. A graphical version is available which is based on the graphical VisualSVN plugin for Visual Studio.
VisualCVS is a version control tool for Visual Studio. It allows you to work with versioned files – normally.cvs and.svn files – directly from within Visual Studio. It is a command line program. It can export and import versions of files and directories with the builtin tools (command-line syntax). It can also add, remove, edit and commit files and directories within your project file. A graphical version is available which is based on the graphical VisualSVN plugin for Visual Studio.

Download links
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VisualCVS is distributed on a diskette. The discette may be obtained from the project web site on this link:

You will find a ‘Visual

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