The Revctrl Wiki discusses "revision control systems", also called "version control systems". There are discussions of revision control in general -- merges, three-way merges, patch and revision theory, manifest, etc. There are also discussions and comparison of various revision control systems -- bzr, darcs, hg, monotone, subversion (svn), svk, git, etc.
Revision control systems are tool useful in many areas including programming.
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(As of: August 2007 - Archive.org link)
- Related wiki
- VCS-home wiki discusses using version control systems in ways they were never intended -- a single repository to keep track of *every* file in the entire $HOME directory.