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ID: 15564, JBCCM 2.4.3 - Telelogic CM Integration for JBuilder

by Olaf Deterding-Meyer Email: Anonymous


JBCCM integrates Telelogic CM into JBuilder; runs with JB3.5 - X; tested on Windows NT/XP and SuSE Linux 6.x/7.x with CM 5.x and 6.x.
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Updated on Thu, 18 Dec 2003 14:11:19 GMT
Originally uploaded on Fri, 02 Feb 2001 05:43:50 GMT
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Description
This Opentool enables JBuilder 3.5 to X to integrate with Continuus Change Management 5.x and Telelogic CM Synergy 6.x. It is partially based on the cvs sample from Borland which comes with JBuilder 3.5, which uses the cvs command line interface (CLI) to issue commands to the version control system. Initially changes to the cvs sample were made to
- replace cvs commands with Continuus CM commands (object based as well as task based commands since version 2.0!)
- replace cvs settings by Continuus CM settings in the JBuilder Properties Dialog (including full GUI option since version 2.0!)
- introduce a new log window class for better output of messages, results etc.
- introduce derived File Node classes to use different icons for writable and read-only files in the JBuilder Project View Pane

JBCcm runs in JB from version 3.5 to X, but it doesn't use the Version Control OT API of JB4 to X. It has been tested on Windows NT 4 and XP as well as on SuSE Linux 6.3 and 7.2 together with CCM 5.0 and CCM 5.1 as well as CMS 6.1.

The tool originally wasn't much more than a first attempt, but it worked fine with object based CM repositories. Task based working with CM is supported since version 2.0.

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Change History

2.4.3 (18.12.03)
minor improvements:
- fixed error caused by percent sign (%) used as CM delimiter

2.4.2 (13.12.02)
major improvements:
- FileNode and ToolBar registration changed for JB8 compliance
- menu items disabled for projects not using CM
- bug fix for CM project recognition (task/object based CM)
minor improvements:
- code quality improvements regarding use of static methods

2.4.1 (26.09.02)
minor improvements:
- patched for usage of jb7bldpatch 1.3.0 (see SourceForge site)

2.4 (21.09.02)
major improvements:
- master password concept used to store encrypted cm passwords
- JBCcm property page for locale, master pwd. and log settings
- JB7 JavaFileNode patch available from JBCcm SourceForge site
minor improvements:
- improved code quality based on static code analysis results

2.3.0ß (10.08.02)
major improvements:
- localization of all UI texts - english and german available
- bug fixes for JBuilder7's modified project activation events
minor improvements:
- fully updated online help pages and pictures
- changed naming from Continuus CM (CCM) to Telelogic CM (CM)
- several refactorings

2.2.1 (04.07.02)
minor improvements:
- bug fix for JBuilder7 (node.readonly needs node.check first)
- bug fix for checkin command
workaround:
- no customized icons shown in JB7 due to problems with subclassing and registering a spezialisation of JavaFileNode

(full release notes included in the package)

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License

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of GNU General Public License (GPL; see license.txt). This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

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Help

If you need help with JBCcm, please have a look at the online help which you can read in three ways:
- you take a look at the JBCcm Homepage at SouceForge
- you install JBCcm, start JBuilder, open the project properties, choose the CM tab and press the help button,
- you take the help file jbccmhlp.jar, rename it to jbccmhlp.zip, unzip it and open the ccm.html page

For more information, see http://jbccm.sourceforge.net

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