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EVS server works with Subversion, CVS & CVSNT clients released

From: Arthur Barrett <arthur.barrett_at_march-hare.com>
Date: Thu, 1 Jan 2009 09:54:28 +1100

Slightly off topic, and purposefully short post to announce the first
stable release of EVS (previously known as CVSNT 3.1) with support for
Subversion (SVN and TortoiseSVN), CVS, CVSNT, WebDAV and HTTP clients
with a SQL database backend:

Test results from knowledgeable 'real world' Subversion users would be
very helpful (see the web site for bug reporting/newsgroup information).

Currently the server only runs on Windows with SQL Server, but the
codebase is cross platforms so it's just a matter of time and effort
before other platforms begin to appear. The value proposition is
cost/benefits gained from consolidating multiple SCM systems though
allowing teams to work using the tools they find most productive without
sacrificing enterprise requirements such as Audit, file/branch Access
Control, user defined change sets and failsafe rollback.

The next release is planned for February and will have a much richer web
interface including support for workflows. Other 'near term' features
include multi-site/branch-location control, VSTS client support,
distributed client support and more.

Have a happy new year!


Arthur Barrett

Note: this is a repost because of an error when submitted the first
time, please accept my apologies if you receive this message twice.


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