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CodeBeamer

CodeBeamer allows computer science, engineering, and information systems departments and students to work together on software development projects regardless of their locations. Its Web-based portal provides comprehensive collaborative features (an issue tracker, document manager, and discussion forums) and code browsing for software development teams. It is integrated with Eclipse and other configuration management systems (CVS, PVCS, SourceSafe, ClearCase, CM/Synergy), and can be integrated with existing tools.

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  •  30 Jan 2004 19:08

    Release Notes: This release includes a change management extension for CVS. SCMLoop for CVS allows you to associate CodeBeamer tracker issue items with CVS commit actions on source code. With this association, CVS commit history is recorded in CodeBeamer.

    •  24 Oct 2003 16:38

      Release Notes: This release adds integration with Merant PVCS, CVS, Telelogic CM Synergy (Continuus), and MS SourceSafe. It features Document versioning with Document history. IBM DB2 7.2 and 8.1 databases are now supported.

      •  27 Aug 2003 12:41

        Release Notes: This release supports Eclipse.

        Recent comments

        22 Oct 2003 11:03 jkoppany

        CodeBeamer 3.1 released for CVS, PVCS, SourceSafe, CM Synergy
        CodeBeamer 3.1 is released for CVS, PVCS, SourceSafe, CM Synergy. The new version provides document sharing and document versioning.

        04 Sep 2003 00:09 jkoppany

        Telelogic CM Synergy integration is closed
        The CM Synergy integration for CodeBeamer improves productivity and visibility throughout the application development cycle. The integration follows CM Synergy Task Based Methodology.

        See more On:
        http://www.intland.com/html/telelogic_cm_synergy.html

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