for CVS 1.9
Per Cederqvist et al
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Up to this point, one of the weakest parts of CVS has been the documentation. CVS is a complex program. Previous versions of the manual were written in the manual page format, which is not really well suited for such a complex program.
When writing this manual, I had several goals in mind:
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