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Re^2: My preferred version control system is...

by apl (Monsignor)
on May 16, 2008 at 16:52 UTC ( #686953=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Clearcase may be the most superterrific software product in the world, but it was horribly complicated to use.
Thanks for saying that; I thought I was alone in the universe.

When ClearCase was brought in-house, all the programmers were given a class in how to use it. With disturbing frequency, the instuctor (a fellow employee) kept telling us to revise the hand-outs we'd been given.

I finally asked why there were so many errors. "It's out-of-date documentation; we were given a good price for it!".


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Re^3: My preferred version control system is...
by Anonymous Monk on May 27, 2010 at 21:13 UTC

    We switched from Clearcase to Accurev and we don't regret it so far.

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[ambrus]: I hope Corion or some other admin is here and can check the logs to see what the problem is.
[mz2255]: I wish I had an online shop but sadly no. The title field definitly wasn't short, had a perl module in the title with 5-6 additional words.
[ambrus]: you can also try to just post again in case it was some intermittent error
[mz2255]: Tried again, denied. Maybe my code is just so bad the site refuses to post it.
[marto]: no, there's a bug, sometimes...

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