Release Notes: New cross-stream links, cross-platform symbolic links, and workflow additions to change packages. AccuReplica, for geographically distributed replication, is over two times faster on average. Per-file exclusive locking. New access control lists (ACL) inheritance. A new encrypted login and session model. An enhanced administrative user interface. New performance and usability enhancements within AccuBridge for Eclipse, AccuBridge for Visual Studio, including 2005, and AccuBridge for Intelli-J IDEA. New centralized LDAP provisioning and AccuBridge for Mercury Quality Center.
Release Notes: New open API and SDK provides greater flexibility in terms of leveraging existing tools and IDEs. AccuRev's optional replication server can now selectively synchronize only those depots required at multiple sites. AccuWork’s issue tracking capabilities are more fully integrated within the Eclipse and Visual Studio IDEs. Automatic change package merging across sibling streams is more efficient. Support for projects of unlimited size and complexity is more efficient through stream zooming. The addition of new icons provides visual representation of project status, stream-type, and progress.
Release Notes: Replication is now supported via an add-on.
Release Notes: The program now supports the definition of Change Packages. Once a Change Package is defined, it can instantly determine if the change is in a Branch without having to have the Change Package specifically associated with that branch. The GUI was given a major makeover and Eclipse is now supported.
Release Notes: Increased performance, pass-through streams, annotate, stream hierarchy visual history, attachments to bug/enhancement requests (issues), more layout options for issues, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This new release includes Diff and 3-way merge with editing (fully integrated into the GUI), support for Irix, "edit by diff", side-by-side image diff, recording of all patch operations, include/exclude promotion locks by user or group, promote by transactions, lots of new triggers, a getting started wizard for first-time users, Forte for Java IDE integration, an issue history, and a completely updated concepts section in the documentation.
Release Notes: This release includes fully customizeable bug tracking in the same GUI and database, file locking, a completely rewritten GUI in Java, a stream hierarchy browser, "scriptless" bug tracking validation, and much more.
Release Notes: This version features support for the MS-SCC API, integration for 3rd party diff/merge tools such as Guiffy for both the GUI and the command line, and signifigant performance optimizations, especially in the area of stream-to-stream diff. The first stage of the GUI re-write in Java is now available. The new GUI includes a graphical schema/layout editor for AccuRev/Dispatch and an amazing new drag and drop stream browser which lets you visualize and manipulate your entire software release hierarchy.
Release Notes: Virtual views allow you to browse streams and workspaces without them having to be physically present. Time synchronization at startup eliminates time-sync problems. Dramatic performance enhancements in the Windows GUI, changes to the palette for easy migration of changes from stream to stream, and more security features.