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Re: Subversion and AS/400 applications

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-01-12 19:04:20 CET

kklaus@premierfarnell.com wrote on 01/12/2005 11:55:24 AM:

> Hello! Our company's back office applications are written in RPG and
run on
> an AS/400. We currently use Aldon's CMS object version control product
> version control and object migrations among environments. Could we use
> Subversion to perform the same functions? We're asking because our
> also has many client/server applications, and we'd prefer to have ONE
> control tool for all platforms. Thanks.

Subversion only does version control. If you wanted to use it for iSeries
development you will still need something else to compile and install your
changes. iSeries version control products are fairly unique in that
aspect. A version control tool in the Unix/Windows world would not
typically do those sorts of things, and even if you had one that did, it
would never do it for the iSeries.

If you still wanted to use Subversion for your iSeries development, you
would also have to store your source code in the IFS as there would be no
way to use Subversion with OS/400 source files.


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