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I recommend SCM Anywhere Standalone. It is a SQL Server-based software configuration management (SCM) tool with fully integrated version control, bug tracking and build automation.

Developer's Corner / Re: Best way to sync programming projects?
« on: May 22, 2009, 04:49 AM »
You can also try SCM Anywhere Hosted:

SourceAnywhere Standalone is much faster than SVN.

Catherine Sea

SVN works well for a small team.

Catherine Sea

We are pleased to announce the released SCM Anywhere™ Hosted, the world’s first hosted Software Configuration Management solution.

The service is managed by Dynamsoft and comes with fully integrated version control, issue tracking and build automation. Both Windows and cross-platform clients are provided, so that users can make the alternative according to their need. The product supports full integration with Visual Studio 2005/2008 and Eclipse. Developers can perform all the version control, issue tracking and project administration operations without leaving the IDE. The product also offers a plug-in for all the MSSCCI compatible IDEs as well as the continuous integration tools Ant Plug-in and CruiseControl.Net Plug-in.

More info can be found at:

You can also check out the 10-minute introduction video at:


Dynamsoft News


At Dynamsoft, we have Issue Tracking Anywhere. It can meet your requirements. It is built on ASP.NET and is a web-based issue tracking system designed for issue/work item tracking, bug/defect tracking, customer support and project management. It has two editions: Standalone and Hosted. Here is the home page of Issue Tracking Anywhere:
There is also a 5 minutes quick overview video. You can sit back and watch:

For Issue Tracking Anywhere Hosted edition, 3 Users Free Hosting Plan is available:

Catherine Sea
the leading developer of version control and issue tracking software

Developer's Corner / Re: source control systems: what's the best?
« on: January 15, 2008, 03:02 AM »
SourceAnywhere Standalone is also a good one.
It looks like a pretty solid product. I like the fact that it seems to be available for many platforms/OS'es. Can you tell us anything on how it compares to, say svn. How well is it's branching support etc?
Both Subversion and SourceAnywhere offer good quality version control features. However, if any of the following situations apply to you, we strongly recommend SourceAnywhere:

1. Easier to use, especially for those who know SourceSafe already.
2. Enhanced security. Password Policy provided and more convenient to manage permissions.
3. Much better integration with Microsoft products. Dynamsoft is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. SourceAnywhere passed Optimized for Microsoft Visual Studio, Certified for Windows Vista, and Certified for Windows Server. 
4. Better product integration. SourceAnywhere comes with GUI client, command client, SDK, Eclipse plug-in, Visual Studio integration, Dreamweaver/flash integration, cross-platform client. All are in one product.
5. Web development through FTP and multiple sites are supported. SourceAnywhere can automatically detect which files are changed, and only transfer the changed/added files.
6. Distributed development. If you need to access your version control server from a remote location, the SourceAnywhere cache server can greatly improve your developers' productivity.
7. Better support. Dynamsoft is proud of our service.


Developer's Corner / Re: source control systems: what's the best?
« on: January 15, 2008, 02:58 AM »
Catherine: if you're in any way associated with SourceAnywhere, please state it directly.
Hey f0dder, thank you for reminding me.

I am working for Dynamsoft and I have modified my post.

Thanks again.

Developer's Corner / Re: source control systems: what's the best?
« on: January 14, 2008, 03:27 AM »

SourceAnywhere Standalone is also a good one. It is an SQL-based version control application that provides all of the key features of VSS, plus much more. SourceAnywhere Standalone comes with GUI client, command client, SDK, Eclipse plug-in, Visual Studio 6/2003/2005/2008 integration, Dreamweaver/Flash integration, cross-platform client. All are in one product. Besides that, SourceAnywhere Standalone offers a unique feature, Web Deployment through FTP.

Here is the home page of SourceAnywhere Standalone:

The SaaS Edition - SourceAnywhere Hosted is also available.

You can take a look.


Catherine Sea

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