Release Notes: There have been extensive changes since the 1.4 release, including the ability to check out all changes for a particular transaction or revert an entire transaction, performance optimizations, and expanded commandline documentation.
Release Notes: GUI now has 99% of the command-line functionality, diff-chunk level reverts, intelligent handling of space char in all objects, support for AdvFS on Compaq Unix, visual history browsing, visual stream diff, and file-type based application launching on Windows.
Release Notes: Move functionality now available in the GUI via cut, paste, & rename, display of any version of an element via version browser, changing project name and stream definition, browsing versions with directories, inclusion of all object types in the show menu, lock/unlock streams, remove/reactivate for all appropriate object types, first stream no longer selected by default in stream dialogs, server upgrades via the installer (to preserve existing site slice info), a fix for a FreeBSD install failure, the default install no longer prompts for unnecessary install location, removing a workspace also removes the associated stream, and disallowing of inappropriate actions depending on context in version browser.
Release Notes: More GUI features previously only available on the command line: update preview, populate files, change active user, merge from any version via the version browser, revert, and promotion levels.
Release Notes: Easier NT installation and FreeBSD support.
Release Notes: Use of new 3-way merge features of TkDiff 3.05, and a version browser.
Release Notes: AccuRev can now integrate with bug-tracking tools via dialog boxes in the GUI, more server-side triggers are available, and more of the command-line functionality is available via the (now more polished) GUI.
Release Notes: AccuRev now includes a cross-platform GUI for Linux/Unix/NT and is faster on large operations.
Release Notes: The GUI preview is now available. Created executables out of the tcl/Tk GUI sources for easy setup (currently just Linux and Win/NT). Added final touches to the underlying AccuRev system to support the GUI.
Release Notes: Added support for the upcoming GUI which includes a version browser and integration with the TkDiff diff/merge tool. Although the GUI portion (written in tcl/TK as an add-on layer) is not yet generally available, we are looking for people to try it out and provide feedback. Screenshots and information on how to try the GUI for yourself are available on the download page.