[p4] nothing better about PVCS?
Davids.Sarma at telecom.lt
Thu Jan 20 03:02:57 PST 2000
Hello all, I must pick an SCM tool in a short amount of time, and have
heard alomost nothing but praise for Perforce; at the same time, internal
resources have experience with PVCS, and as such, it is the default choice.
I don't feel I'm getting a balanced perspective, because I've seen no
argument for what PVCS does better than Perforce. I need to make sure that
I'm not overlooking something!
Our project is a systems integration, combining a configurable applications
running on Oracle8, on HP (can't modify the application code, only table
configurations), another such application on SQL Server 7, on NT, custom
interfaces in C, C++, VB on NT and UNIX, with all servers LAN connected.
There will be three (build/test/production) environments, all of the above
configuration, all Ethernet connected.
So far thumbs up to Perforce, but a counterargument would be nice to hear
(and may only confirm Perforce is still the right choice).
Much obliged, Davids Sarma
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