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Author Topic: Code Co-op: Peer-to-peer Version Control for Distributed Development  (Read 2439 times)


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Although I am not an authority on version control software, this program seems quite able and FAR less expensive than other similar programs I have seen. Additionally, Code Co-op might be a particularly attractive option for those people who do not have a centralized server and are unable to host one.

    Forget about high priced version control and configuration management systems. Forget about central servers. Simplify your code development with Code Co-op, the affordable peer-to-peer version control system with wiki bug database. With Code Co-op your team has complete access to your projects on- and off-site regardless of a network connection. Integration with many IDEs is seamless and project changes are distributed automatically enabling you to focus on what's important — your development.

        * Collaboration from any location using Email, LAN, or VPN - no server required.
        * Complete access to your project regardless of a network connection including your bug database
        * Robust functionality to give you control and security over all your assets
        * Seamless integration with Visual Studio, Borland C++ Builder & Delphi, and other development tools.

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Re: Code Co-op: Peer-to-peer Version Control for Distributed Development
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2006, 07:19 PM »
Hm, not sure I'm fond of "peer to peer" combined with version control... there are other systems than co-op supporting this too, by the way - there's even a wiki list :)

PS: with subversion, you don't really need a centralized server - you can run locally. Only really works in single-developer situations, though :)
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