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Re: Subversion vs. Clear Case

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2005-07-06 14:29:11 CEST

I think the whole scope of what everyone has typed out here so far is
that ClearCase offers some features and functions that Subversion does
not. Are these critical features to your development environment?

I would think that ClearCase would have some sort of demo that you could
work through in your 'normal' development environment to see what you
need. Subversion doesn't necessarily have a demo, but it costs nothing
but an hour or two to install and be up and running.

My company has a development office in FL that uses ClearCase. My team
uses Subversion. We both like what we have, and it suits both of our needs.

Bottom line - you get what you pay for with ClearCase. You get a
helluva lot more than what you pay for with Subversion.

my .02


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