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External Version-control

External Version-control

External Version-control

How can integrate the Team Registry with your local version-control systems like WinCVS by modifying the command that starts the e*Gate Registry service (stcregd.exe). For
example, you can specify an external version-control system as an argument for the -extvcdll flag?

RE: External Version-control

Does anybody know if there a plugin for integrating cvs into egate enterprise manager 4.5.3


RE: External Version-control


yes you are right: add -extvcdll flag to the registry.
The find the scripts in egate/server/scripts. There are a cmd and sh file (?).
Modify these files to copy the files to the right directories (already done) AND to interact with your Version Control tool.
I used VSS and it worked fine.


RE: External Version-control

Hi Madere,

Can you pls send me your stcregvc.cmd and regstry command with -extvcdll flag set. My email id is meenasar@yahoo.com. Thanks in advance.


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