Here's a recap of what we accomplished in this tutorial:
- I'll briefly discuss the process of installing WinCVS and the cvsnt server.
- I'll show you how to install the cvsnt server and create an initial CVS repository (using WinCVS) where I can store new modules.
- I'll demonstrate how to use WinCVS to import one of my directories into the CVS repository as a new module.
- I'll show how to check that module out of CVS so I can begin working with it in a local CVS sandbox.
- I also showed what files look like after changes are made, and briefly discussed how to commit your changes back to the repository.
As mentioned in other places in this tutorial, I have written another WinCVS article named How to Use WinCVS.