Codeville

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Codeville
Developer(s)Ross Cohen
Stable release
0.8.0 / July 13, 2007; 11 years ago (2007-07-13)
Operating systemCross-platform
TypeRevision control
LicenseBSD
WebsiteCodeville.org (link to most recent mirrored copy, 2008-04-14; the domain has since been abandoned and squatted)


Codeville is a discontinued distributed revision control system. It was written by Ross Cohen using Python, with some design work done by his brother Bram Cohen. It uses an innovative merging algorithm called the "Codeville merge". A new merge algorithm called "Precise Codeville" or "pcvd" merge was under development. The project has now been abandoned.

Codeville was self hosted and also used by BitTorrent, Inc and Mosuki.