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Re: Subversion vs. Clear Case

From: Tor Ringstad <tor.ringstad_at_tandberg.net>
Date: 2005-07-06 11:53:41 CEST

> But what I guess is that ClearCase has been started from the idea of
> having dynamic views. Then everything else in ClearCase has been
> developped to circumvent this weird idea of dynamic views.

It might well be that CC was started from the idea about dynamic
views, but I certainly don't see that as a source for endless
problems. Rather, I see it as a brilliant and powerful idea that
allows the tool to solve certain problems in very interesting ways.

> where the directories would be updated automagically when anyone
> commits.

Only if that is what you want. You have full control of when other
peoples updates should become visible in your own view.

> it was mandatory for his VCS to have only one user changing a file
> at a time. So he restricts the use to the lock-modify-unlok way of
> use.

There's both restricted and unrestricted checkouts, so there's no need
to lock anything if you don't want to.

As for the rest of your story, if it is based on real experience with
CC, I can just imagine that you must have been bitten badly by the
"bad process" syndrome.

- Tor Ringstad -

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