ArX

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ArX is a Version Control System (VCS), like CVS, Subversion, or GNU arch. It manages "archives" (collections of files), such as source code files for a software project. It tracks the history of each file, along with change comments, version tags, forks and branches, etc. It can store files and documents of any kind, but the largest benefits are with text files, rather than binary files.

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"Best software"

What do you like best?

It gets the job done and helps me be more productive when deadlines are near

What do you dislike?

The softwares has a learning curve but worth the hassle you put in

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Meeting deadlines

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