Source Code Management
mats at laplaza.org
Tue Dec 19 08:52:27 EST 2000
On Thu, 14 Dec 2000 18:17:38 GMT, "Fredrik Lundh" <fredrik at effbot.org>
>gtalvola at NameConnector.com wrote:
>> If you don't mind paying money, I believe Perforce fits all your
>> requirements. http://www.perforce.com/ We use it and have nothing
>> but good things to say about it.
>Couldn't agree more.
>(PythonWorks 1.1 can talk to Perforce, of course...)
Perforce, in fact, provided my incentive to learn Python. I picked
Perforce for a particular client project because it was the easiest to
deploy and the small number of developers involved made it
cost-effective. When we needed some scripts to extend functionality,
several of them were in Python...
Perforce had, may still have, a deal that the product is free if you
declare that what you're developing is open-source. You do have to
sign a paper to this effect, but it seems like a pretty good deal
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