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com)-- Distributed version control systems Git and Mercurial offer significant advantages over centralized version control systems such as open-source Apache[TM] Subversion[R] (SVN) or proprietary IBM ClearCase[TM].
Subversion version control; using the Subversion version control system in development projects.
MULTI features an INTEGRITY-aware source-level debugger, graphical program builder, run-time error checker, version control system and performance profiler.
MULTI also includes a version control system, performance profiler, code overage analysis and remote target connection.
Automated Build Studio 3 automates each step of the build process -- from retrieving files from a version control system, to building installation packages, running automated tests and deploying latest releases of software projects.
The MULTI IDE features a graphical program builder, source-level debugger, window-oriented editor, run-time error checker, version control system, performance profiler, optimizing ARM/Thumb profiler (CodeBalance), and real-time RTOS EventAnalyzer.
Updated Adobe RoboSource Control provides an unique source document and version control system for Windows and Web development for both individual users and collaborative teams.
MULTI and AdaMULTI also include a version control system, instruction set simulators, and performance profiler.