Which should we go for Git, SVN, Perforce, or Mercurial?
Currently we using basic version of CVS & SVN. Plan to switch to better SCM tools so thought of few options git/svn/perforce/mercurial, skipped clearcase because of its pricing.
My company has a strength of 200 developers. No multi-site, we use Bugzilla as defect tracking tool.We are open for paid tools if they suite to be best among all. But not as high paying to clearcase :)
Things which i wish to consider-
1) Easy merging
2) if PM is add-on then great
3) Easy adaptability for dev
Experts, can you share your views.
Sorry for the delay in posting.
I have looked at GIT, SVN, PERFORCE, and have some 2nd hand knowledge of Mercurial. Certainly moving from CVS to any of these is an improvement. And CC is out of the question $$$$.
Take a look at Neuma's CM+.
Hope this gives you another choice if you're looking to switch to a better SCM tool, and in fact, the most advanced CM tool.
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At this point, git has been embraced by the majority of developers.
Even Microsoft is joining the party.
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Personally, I wouldn't invest in a tool that has a cost to license unless you absolutely, positively need a feature from that tool.
what platforms and technologies are you using?
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Currently, we are using CVS which is central repo, for defect tracking Findbugs and PMD for Code Analyzer
Can you please advise which tool is suitable among GIT/Perforce/Mercurial/Bazaar. Preferably am looking into distributed version control system.
Appreciate your speedy response.
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