Version control software - a second questions

Subject: Version control software - a second questions
From: Chris Hamilton <chamilton -at- GR -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 1997 13:11:36 -0600

Version control software has been something sitting toward the bottom of
my task list for quite some time. As I write this, the suggestions are
PVCS Version Manager from Intersolv and StarTeam from StarBase. From the
brief glimpses I took at the respective web sites, these appear to be
software version control packages.

My question is this: do software version control packages tend to work
well for documentation or is this a case of forcing a square peg into a
round hole?

Thanks.

Chris
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