Quoting Hunt, Bryan (B.Hunt at emuse-tech.com):
> check out wincvs then.
Or Eclipse. http://www.eclipse.org/
But you don't really get much mileage out of putting documents into a
storage system that doesn't understand their semantics. Which is what's
going to happen with those secret binary datatypes that Gavin mentioned.
No diffs, no searching of contents, no real tracking of changes. Just
storage and retrieval.
If you want to get those additional benefits of genuine change
management / revision control systems, you either have to (1) pay
through the nose for a huge, complex system from some vendor willing to
develop parsers under NDA (such as Oracle Corporation), or (2) pass the
corporate intelligence test, and decide to keep the master (upstream)
versions of most important company data in marked-text formats such as
DocBook, TeX, etc.
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