Application to Switch Version Control Systems

I have to use 2 different Source Code Controls: Microsoft Visual Source Safe and Rational ClearCase. Both of them provide a nice integration with the Microsoft Visual Studio IDE, so that I can checkout/checkin files while editing them.

Unfortunately, Visual Studio does not prompt you for the SCC to use (at least, I could find it). So I wrote a little utility that plays with the registry and lets you set a specific SCC as the default one.

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Comments

  • Yep - this works with VS.NET - THANKS!

    Posted by Legacy on 07/25/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Kevin Kriner

    Thanks - this utility is exactly what I've been looking for. I'm surprised that there is no option to choose.

    Thank you for sharing!

    Kevin

    Reply
  • Added option to disable integrated source-code control

    Posted by Legacy on 12/13/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Steve Scalpone

    I use SourceOffSite to connect to Visual Source Safe over the internet.  All in all, a good product.  However, I do
    
    not want integrated source-code control if I'm not online
    or I'm running a big batch build.

    So I modified this convenient program to disable scc when
    I select "- none -" from the combo box.

    Here are the diffs:


    RegCloseKey(hKey2);
    }
    //--start here, line 82 of SwitchSCCDlg.cpp
    int cbIndex = m_Combo.AddString("- none -");
    m_Combo.SetItemDataPtr(cbIndex, strdup(""));
    m_Combo.SetCurSel(cbIndex);
    //-- end here
    char data[1024];
    DWORD cbSize=1024;
    DWORD type;

    Reply
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