Distributed synchronization view... unveiled!

Friday, June 24, 2011 0 Comments

Here are the two screencasts I've just recorded showing one of the last features we've been working on during the last days: the distributed synch view.

You all know that Plastic SCM is a DVCS (Distributed Version Control System) and that we're trying to release the most complete possible DVCS toolset with 4.0. Well, the "synch view" is another step ahead: yes, you can ask the new Distributed Branch Explorer (DBrEx) to render remote branches and then pull from there, but we thought it would be really useful to have a "tree view" displaying the changesets (and branches) you need to push or pull between two different remote repositories... and that's how we started with the sync view.

It simplifies things so you see the branches you need to pull or push, the changesets on each of these branches, and you can even "diff" the csets to see what has been modified.

'Cause a picture is worth 1000 words... probably a video is worth 2000 :P, so here it goes, the long detailed explanation:

And a shorter one:

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We develop Plastic SCM, a version control that excels in branching and merging, can deal with huge projects and big binary assets natively, and it comes with GUIs and tools to make everything simpler.

If you want to give it a try, download it from here.

We are also the developers of SemanticMerge, and the gmaster Git client.

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