MacZealots.com – Tutorials – Using CVS With XCode

MacZealots.com – Tutorials – Using CVS With XCode
Have you ever been working on a project in Xcode, taken a direction in the code, and wished you hadn’t? You sat there and just wished you could go back to the way your code was three days ago before you decided that bad idea was a really good one. Maybe you work in a team and were frustrated when your coworker was working on the same file you were and saved over the three hours worth of changes you had just made. Both of these issues would be nonexistent if you used some sort of version control in your coding projects. Version control is taken care of by some sort of source code management system. These applications keep track of version history, releases, code differences, and many other features.

Fink – F.A.Q. – Fink Usage

My fink installation was a little messed up by my poor backup strategy. I went hunting and found this mechanism for doing a reset of the CVS libraries on my system. Worked like a charm.

Fink – F.A.Q. – Fink Usage
In this case you need to reset your cvs directories. Use the command:

sudo find /sw/fink -type d -name 'CVS' -exec rm -rf {} ; fink selfupdate-cvs