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Re: Subversion vs. Clear Case

From: Dan Shookowsky <dshookowsky_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-06 14:51:50 CEST

FYI: I really don't like ClearCase. On my previous assignment,
ClearCase required a fulltime administrator simply to close the modal
dialogs that the server process was displaying on the server's
desktop. This is on a machine where no one is logged in. Basically
clear case would hang until someone clicked "OK"

I find Subversion to be substantially more stable (even in the BDB
configuration). The only ding that Subversion gets is on the merge
tracking. I think it beats ClearCase in EVERY other way and that
includes support. What you get for free from this list is 100 times
more reliable that what you get from Rational consultants.

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Received on Wed Jul 6 14:58:06 2005

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