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Re: VC6 .dep .mak Test Files


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: VC6 .dep .mak Test Files
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 14:39:54 -0400
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Conrad T. Pino wrote:

>>Isn't "SCC" M$'s SCM API?  Was this project designed to make CVS a
>>plugin for it?  There are a few other products out there that do
>>this.  Perhaps this whole directory can be removed?
>
>
>I assume this is intended for others since I don't have a clue.


The MS SCC API (enough acronyms for you?  here come a few more...) is
intended to allow SCM plugins in MSVC++ and the like.  Source files
can then be updated/diffed/logged/etc, from MSVC++ menus.  This may
have been a project to build such a plugin but if so, it is likely
way, way out of date.  I haven't heard anything about it in 5 or 6
years, anyhow.  There are a few other projects out there to purport to
implement an SCC interface for CVS.  I don't recall their names, but
that might be why no one's bothered with this version.

Derek

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