Version Controller for Components

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Old 06-03-2014
Version Controller for Components

Hi, I am new to the Unix world and in my current project i have to work on HP MPE/iX and MF-COBOL. They do not have a Change management and version controller till now. Can you please help me with the name of the product which can fit well in this purpose. Please advice. Ty.
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Old 06-04-2014
Are you looking to control version of your application code? You could try sccs as a starter. It's a bit clunky and will need some setting up. Otherwise you may have to manually control the versions with date/time added into the filenames, or you could keep all the source on another server (Windows perhaps) where these tools are more readily available and have a controlled implementation process so you deliver and compile the right versions.

Possibly not the answer you wanted, but a start. A would expect there to be commercial software available on the HP-UX server, but it depends if you have a budget for it and if your OS version is current enough.


I hope that this helps.

Robin
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