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The most common use for CVS is to store text files. With text files, CVS can merge revisions, display the differences between revisions in a human-visible fashion, and other such operations. However, if you are willing to give up a few of these abilities, CVS can store binary files. For example, one might store a web site in CVS including both text files and binary images.
|9.1 The issues with binary files||More details on issues with binary files|
|9.2 How to store binary files||How to store them|
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