Do you know when the CCRC command-line interface will be ready? I know that IBM is working on it, but it's not part of the 7.1 version.
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Re: CCRC CLI2009-01-20T21:46:46Z in response to cm2006It depends on what you need. The api is there in 7.1 and you can build some things with it yourself with it.
There is some discussion that is somewhat relevant here:
I haven't seen anything official but it seems likely that the next version (8?) will give the "real" one.
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Re: CCRC CLI2009-01-21T08:11:57Z in response to TgefenThe API is there and it does work with 7.1 CCRC. I have already tried it. You will need to be up on your Java!
As to whether it replaces the CAL... I haven't seen anything official but it seems obvious that it will eventually. Do you have an official reference to this anywhere?
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Re: CCRC CLI2009-01-21T10:15:03Z in response to SystemAdminThanks for the information about CCRC. Please let me know if CCRC API works for .NET too.
Regarding the CAL - I don't know if it's official... but I was told about it by ClearCase product manager. Check my ALM blog
Anyway, I'm one of many who would preferred to use it by .NET . It seems that IBM abandons .NET users since 7.1 version.
CM and ALM
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Re: CCRC CLI2009-01-21T12:53:23Z in response to TgefenI'm not sure what the official position is on the API and .net. The API is provided by the new CM Server. The whole concept of a CM Server implies that it is not client specific.
I'm not sure how it will pan out but it seems very unlikely that .net will be abandoned. As an example - there is already a beta for Rational Team Concert that runs in Visual Studio.
One of the key selling points in my mind for ClearCase is that it does a good job of supporting a wide variety of OS and dev tool environments. It wouldn't make much sense to drop that.
Re: CCRC CLI2009-02-18T19:18:25Z in response to cm2006We have now completed Phase-1 of CCRC CLI and is available for download :
If you use the RFE Community Site to track progress on RFEs, then you can create watch list and track updates there...
Follow this link:
Sreenivasan (Raj) Rajagopal
IBM Rational ClearCase Product Manager.
Re: CCRC CLI2009-02-19T15:21:34Z in response to SystemAdminOr a short link :-)
you can always use the ref # to enter a search in the ibm.com window, and usually you can get a more direct link