QVCS

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QVCS
Original author(s) Jim Voris
Developer(s) Quma Software
Initial release 1991
Stable release 3.10.20[1] / April 5, 2010; 4 years ago (2010-04-05)
Written in C++
Operating system Windows
Type Revision control
License Freeware
Website www.qumasoft.com
QVCS Enterprise
Original author(s) Jim Voris
Developer(s) Quma Software
Initial release 1998
Stable release 2.1.24[2] / November 25, 2011; 3 years ago (2011-11-25)
Written in Java
Operating system Windows, OS X, Solaris
Type Revision control
License Apache 2.0 License
Website www.qumasoft.com

QVCS (Quma Version Control System) is a family of version control system products published by Quma Software, Inc.

History[edit]

QVCS was first published in 1991 as a set of command line utilities for the Amiga.

Quma ported that original Amiga product to the Microsoft Windows platform in 1996. In 2000, QVCS-Pro was introduced with additional features, including support for Microsoft SCC compliant integrated development environments. In 2004, the cross-platform QVCS-Enterprise product was introduced. QVCS and QVCS-Pro are written in C++. QVCS-Enterprise is written in Java.

On January 1, 2012, QVCS-Pro and QVCS were made freeware. QVCS-Enterprise followed suit on June 16, 2012, and then was open sourced under the Apache 2.0 License on March 2, 2014.

Market[edit]

QVCS and QVCS-Pro target smaller Windows only development teams. QVCS-Enterprise is a client–server application, is cross-platform, and is designed for use by distributed development teams.

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