Code Manager 2 (CM2) has been designed to provide a complete source code control system for a set of developers sharing the same working directory tree. It offers developers and organizations many advantages. It provides a comprehensive set of features and has been designed to be very easy to pick up and use to manage projects. It works across Unix and Windows platforms, requiring little configuration and only a limited number of dependencies. It provides facilities at both an individual source file level and project level. The project level facilities include facilities to copy or merge whole projects or generate and apply change-sets. It uses an efficient repository format to handle large files and large numbers of files and directories. It provides facilities to generate packages from the project in a number of formats (including TP2, Slackware, APT, RPM, Autopackage, SVR4, and InstallP).
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Release Notes: Minor improvements; particularly around support for the "lazy mode", where a check out of code is no longer required to edit. Improvements around RPM package generation and tp2 package generation too.Bugfixes in the release comparison tool and the release tagging tool.
Release Notes: This release adds support for a "lazy" mode with more relaxed check-in/check-out facilities, adds code signing support for integration with release tagging, greatly improves handling of "ignored files", and adds documentation enhancements.
Release Notes: This release implements a "lazy" mode to remove permissions checks and the requirement to "check out" code, improves the creation and application of change sets, and adds a long series of minor improvements and bugfixes.