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Re: Microsoft SCC Interface Specification

From: James McNaughton
Subject: Re: Microsoft SCC Interface Specification
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2008 10:39:02 +0100

Hi Arthur,

Thanks for your quick response. PL/SQL Developer is a third party
product produced by a
company called Allround Automations.

I guess that may leave us at a bit of an impasse, unless the company
I'm working for are prepared to spend some money on a CVS SCCI

Thanks anyway.


On 02/04/2008, Arthur Barrett <address@hidden> wrote:
> James,
>  > I'm currently investigating whether or not a tool I'm using called
>  > PL/SQL Developer can successfully interface with CVS.
> Oracle Jdeveloper has native support for CVS and CVSNT - is this an
>  Oracle tool or a 3rd party product?
>  > Somebody has produced a plug-in for PL/SQL Developer to be able to
>  > interface with Version Control tools that support the "Microsoft SCC
>  > Interface Specification". Does the latest version of CVS support this
>  > specification?
> To use the SCC a developer has to agree to terms that would contradict
>  the FOSS GPL license - so no.  However the company I work for who
>  produce the open source CVSNT also have a commercial version with SCCI
>  integration called CVS Suite.
>  There are quite a few 'commercial' SCCI interfaces for CVS however as
>  far as I know - ours is the only one produced by a company who also
>  sponsors/produces the open source software (in our case CVSNT).
>  Regards,
>  Arthur Barrett

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