AVS is a free client/server source code management system, which takes the task of source code management and version control in the context of entire project lifecycle. Unlike the common and limited «just revision» control systems, AVS combines source files versions with change requests, task and milestones, therefore replacing a full stack of heterogeneous and loosely integrated components. With AVS, you have a controlling-it-all server and any number of clients with different user roles.
In AVS terms, there are «projects», which consist of sources and their versions, change requests, developer tasks associated with change requests, and all check-outs associated with those tasks.
Therefore, the overall project state management becomes fairly flexible and natural, and even more flexible and natural it becomes with the innovative visual lifecycle change request editor, where you can set the exact order of states and actions (like assign-perform-test-close) matching your development process. As for the version management system, the approach implemented in AVS targets the «early preventions» of conflicts; when several developers checkout the same parts of a project, they see exactly which tasks each of them wants to perform and can easily prevent the duplicating work. In other aspects, AVS has a rather modern and reasonable version control; it allows parallel versions of each file, provides full-featured diff/merge, doesnt create «service» files in source folders and behaves just comfortable.
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