nixpkgs / cvsq - cvsq is a collection of tools to work locally with CVS. cvsq queues commits and other cvs commands in a queue to be executed later, when the machine is online again. In case of a commit (the default action) an actual copy of the working directory is made, so that you can continue editing without affecting the scheduled commit. You can even schedule several successive commits to the same file and they will be correctly committed as successive commits at the time of upload. This is different from an earlier script also named cvsq that you might have seen elsewhere. lcvs uses rsync to maintain a local copy of a cvs repository. It also gives a convenient interface to call cvs in such a way that it believes the current working directory refers to the local copy rather than to the actual repository. This is useful for commands like log, diff, etc; however it cannot be used for commits (that's what cvsq is for).
Homepage - https://www.linta.de/~aehlig/cvsq/
License - BSD-3-Clause
Maintainers - Christian Lütke-Stetzkamp