> is to start committing the changes this weekend.  The biggest problem is
> moving the source files in cvs without losing their revision history.
> AFAIK there isn't a 'move' command in cvs, so the only option I see is to 
> delete and re-add the files in their new places.  But doing so will make
> it impossible to compare files changes before and after the move (other
> than doing a manual diff).  Any suggestions?

Right.

One possibility is to login via SSH into the CVS server and "mv" the files 
manually. The better option is to use Subversion, it's nicer anyway and very 
much like CVS.

There are open reposititories like Sourceforge (e.g. developer.berlios.de), 
which have Subversion for more than a year.

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