BASIC Stamp Tools for Linux

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The 'bstamp' project is kept in a CVS repository 1 at As the developers work on it, adding new features and patching bugs, they keep their latest copy of the source-code in the respository.

If you're interested in trying out the 'bleeding-edge' (in other words: code that may not work right!), you can get the source from the CVS repository.

"CVS" stands for Concurrent Versions System. It's program that lets developers save and retrieve different development versions of source code. It also lets a team of developers share control of different versions of files in a common repository of files. This kind of program is sometimes known as a version control system. (Definition from

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