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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Thursday January 11, 2007
09:21 AM

Word of Warning

[ #32117 ]

A fellow Perl user, gave me a word of warning when I wrote the journal entry on the modeling tool, which is developed by Telelogic.

Be advised it's a Telelogic product, like Synergy

"Synergy" is a change management and revision control system, with which I have had some experiences.

A client of mine uses Telelogic Synergy and they want to migrate the project I am working on from their VSS into Synergy - but apparently Synergy cannot handle files with the lastname .log

Ok I understand that some files names can be reserved like CVS and .svn etc. but .log - can this be due to local configuration or really, really bad bad software?

The project I am assigned to is maintaining a log parser :-/

"I want my SVN"

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