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Re: Crazy idea - replace RCS backend with ClearCase...!!!

From: Julian Gosnell
Subject: Re: Crazy idea - replace RCS backend with ClearCase...!!!
Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 09:41:49 +0100 (BST)

Hadn't really considered triggers.

I figure they should still fire - after all they were
put there to keep the vob consistent - that is not a
constraint that suddenly disappears because I access
it through a different interface... - is it ? How are
you using triggers that would not map to this ?

Re your other mail about CC's fnality being a superset
of CVS'. It doesn't worry me. I simply want CVS based
tools to work. If you need the extra fnality, you
simply step outside CVS and talk in CC instead.

Fortunately I know people at Cisco - I shall give them
a bell.

Thanks for the pointer,


--- Paul Sander <address@hidden> wrote: > How do
you plan to support trigger behavior? 
> Whatever ClearCase triggers
> you already have installed will continue to fire
> within the CVS framework.
> This may or may not be appropriate.
> --- Forwarded mail from address@hidden
> > But you will loose a lot of the power of Clearcase
> > by this.
> > Is it ok to loose the flexibility that CC gives
> you?
> > 
> Absolutely.
> Imagine you have got a tool that only talks CVS.
> You will be able to use it on top of a CC vob and
> everything would work as usual.
> You will not miss any CC functionality, because the
> tool wouldn't know what to do with it anyway. It
> will
> only have menu options for CVS commands.
> If you want CC fnality, drop out to a command line
> and
> use it there.
> --- End of forwarded message from
> address@hidden

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