On Wed, Mar 01, 2000 at 02:10:49PM +0000, lbedford at wbtsystems.com mentioned:
> > Why anyone would use Clearcase over CVS I don't know. Shudder.
> Because clearcase costs 40K... Companies like things they have to pay for.
I've noticed that. And once I work out how to convince them to pay large
amounts of money for free software, I'll be a very rich man.
> And besides, it works. Apart from samba falling over on Solaris because
> it doesn't get enough file handles, I haven't had any problems with it.
> More than I can say for your CVS installation :)
Well, once I got it installed (mainly problems with me not reading all
the docs), it's worked for three months now, without a problem, that was
CVS's fault (someone changed a firewall to allow CVS through, and didn't
commit the changes to disk).
Considering all developers have access to the CVS server, and could
meddle with it if they wished, that's not bad! I'm well impressed.
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