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Mac Files into Source Safe

Mac Files into Source Safe

Mac Files into Source Safe

(OP)
The company I work for has a few programs that are writen on a Mac. They want to place these program into source safe as back up and I was wondering if anyone knew an easy way to accomplish this.

-Sean

RE: Mac Files into Source Safe

IIRC, there is a company that has allready made a client for Macintosh to interact with a VSS database. Using this, and perhaps also the Macintosh services for NT/win2k if that is where the database is, this should work just like the VSS client on Wintel platforms.

-e-

RE: Mac Files into Source Safe

Could you please provide the details about the company who make a mac client for vss?

Thanks!

RE: Mac Files into Source Safe

Sorry for not answering earlier, I have been much off net due to holiday, but I have shaken the tree a bit, and found that Metrowerks is the company I was thinking of. More info on their product is available here:

http://www.metrowerks.com/desktop/MWVSS/

-e-

RE: Mac Files into Source Safe

OK, But SourceSafe for the mac in no longer supported.. Where can I buy a copy now?

Any Ideas?

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