What’s new in SourceAnywhere V5?
- A built-in database has been added as an option during the installation. Now you can choose either the built-in database or your own Microsoft SQL Server as the database backend.
- Further improved security and stability of SourceAnywhere.
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V4.4.1?
- Added 64-bit SourceAnywhere Server improves capacity and performance.
- Fixed a bug in branch and share operations.
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V4.4?
- Improved performance of “Get” and “Check out” file transfer operations, especially for local teams.
- Optional warnings available. You can choose to display a warning message when checking out an already checked out file or when deleting a file or project.
- You can “Check out Immediately” newly added files
- You can “Remove local copy” of newly added files
- Find differences when you check in a file or project.
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V4.3?
- Full support for Visual Studio 2012.
- Added Share Command in the right-click menu.
- Fixed bug where 'Delete' keyboard command didn’t work in the Source Location bar.
- Added User parameter that returns a list of files checked out by a specified user.
- Added Diff command to detect if a local copy is identical to the latest server version.
- Added Link command to return all the shared links of a specific file.
- Improved GetFilesHistory command and GetProjectHistory command. Both now support displaying comment columns.
- Improved GetFileList command to display folder list in the result window.
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V4.1?
- Share files and folders via drag and drop.
- Display \ complete check-out user list in SourceAnywhere Explorer when a file is checked out by multiple users.
- Auto refresh option. With it enabled, SourceAnywhere will automatically refresh the file list to keep information displayed in SourceAnywhere Explorer up to date.
- Added scroll bar in Links tab.
- Links are now sorted correctly in Links tab.
- Added MultipleCheckouts parameter to CheckOutFile and CheckOutProject commands.
- Added support to delete files in the result window of Wildcard/Status Search and File in Files.
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V4?
- Added Find in Files function to facilitate searching among projects for files containing specified string.
- Changed default value of Local Path based on local working folder.
- Added support for searching for labels in the Show Label dialog box.
- Comments can now be saved as templates on the Server side and users can select a comment template when checking in files.
- In Visual Studio, when switching projects that reside in different repositories, user will be asked to reselect from repository.
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V3.0?
- Support for Multiple SQL Server Databases as Storage - Facilitate an individual repository backup and break through the database storage limitations of SQL Server Express.
- Email Notification System - Assigned users will receive notification emails when specific events, such as check-out/check-in/Label, are triggered.
- Pending Checkins Window - Displays all files checked out by the current user. Tracking check-out path (including computer name) is also supported.
- Shelve/Unshelve Pending Changes
- Display File Status in the Windows Client Explorer - File status is shown as a column in the explorer pane. Five file statuses are supported: Normal, Missing, Old, Modified, and Unknown.
- Performance Improvements - Dramatically improved overall performance by introducing ZIP compression technique on network layer.
- Optimized Refresh Behavior on Project Tree
- Optimized integration with Visual Studio
- Cache File Optimization - SourceAnywhere now supports writing cache into memory. The performance improvement is high when the cache size is larger than 3 MB.
- Optimized Project Security page in Server Manager - It's now much faster to check user rights.
- Security Improvements - Users can now only see repositories to which they have access to. Project structure is hidden from users without read rights to its parent folder.
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V2.3.1?
- Enhanced MSSCCI Plug-in
- Added support for moving files and folders.
- Increased performance of MSSCCI plug-in by 30%~50% when working with large projects.
- Improved integration with SQL Server Management Studio and uniPaaS.
- Improved support for Web Projects in Visual Studio.
- Significant improvements of VSS Import Tool
- Enabled the users work normally while import is still in process. Users are able to access/edit the data once the latest versions of files/projects are imported.
- Divided VSS database importing process into four stages: import items, import file content, import pin status and import labels.
- Greatly improved performance by introducing multi-threading technology.
- Improved performance of refreshing projects.
- Optimized Label import.
- Improved stability.
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V2.3?
- Added Ant Plug-in which allows users to integrate SourceAnywhere with Ant which supports automatic building
- Added support for Windows Integrated Authentication.
- Added project diff functionality to SourceAnywhere Java Client.
- Show Difference operation improved:
- Users can use Show Differences command to compare a file/project to any of their own versions or to others in a local or server path.
- Added View Options in the Show Differences dialog box when comparing projects.
- Added Ignore Tab and Ignore White Space options to the Difference option.
- Added Wildcard Search functionality to SourceAnywhere Standalone Windows Client, which allows users to use wildcard characters while searching for files.
- Users can now deploy files in a Web project
- Added a dialog box which appears when users try to delete an item which is already deleted from the project.
- Users can now alter comments through Version Details.
- Added Remote Size column in the Search Result dialog box.
- Added tooltip in the dialog box which prompts when checking out or getting a file when a writable and modified copy already exists in the working folder.
- Fixed bug where registry info of SourceAnywhere persists after uninstalling SourceAnywhere
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V2.2?
- Project Diff operation greatly improved in Windows GUI Client
- The performance is greatly improved and the interface is more user friendly
- Allows users to perform operations, such as Add Files, Delete, Get, Check Out/In, Undo Check Out, Show Difference, Reconcile All, in the Project Difference dialog box
- Added Advanced options for choosing files to show in the Project Differences dialog box
- Added Annotate functionality, which enables users to easily determine who and when made the last changes on each individual section of file
- MergeHero interface greatly improved. More like Microsoft Visual SourceSafe Visual Merge. More friendly to use
- Added Changed Text marker to designate conflicting changes to a file
- Added optional way to apply/remove changes - by left clicking the button-like lines in the top two panes
- For File Diff, added display options for Ignore Tabstop and Ignore White Space
- For Directory Diff, added display options for showing only the files exist in the left/right side, or only the identical/different ones in both places. (Show Left-Only Files, Show Right-Only Files, Show Identical Files, Show Different Files).
- Added support for Dreamweaver CS3
- Added "Remember Password" option in Login dialog box of GUI Client, Visual Studio IDE Client and Eclipse Plug-in
- Improved COM SDK
- Fixed bug where Working Folder positioning failed in the Add Files dialog box when some special software is included in the Folders pane
What’s new in SourceAnywhere V2.1?
- The database of SourceAnywhere 2.1 is compatible with the database of SourceAnywhere Hosted
- Added Encrypt/Decrypt page in Server Manager which allows users to encrypt or decrypt databases to ensure the data security
- Web Deploy functionality optimized. A web project can be deployed to a FTP server, or multiple FTP servers. And the performance is improved by deploying only changes made in projects
- SourceAnywhere is improved to support Eclipse 3.3
- Java Client can be launched directly by double-clicking the application
- Added export functionality which allows users to export file/project history, search result and file list
- SSL root certificate is exported and imported automatically when using SSL encryption
- Added Description and Email columns in Users page of Server Manager
- Allows users to see users count in Server Manager
- Added a file state in IDE Client which helps users judge whether the local copy is the latest version
- Fixed bug where Server IP in Service Relation page of Cache Server Manager cannot be domain name
What’s new in V2.0?
Product name changed from "SourceHero" to "SourceAnywhere".
- Cross Platform (Java GUI Client Added)
- Cache Server Added
- Command Line Client Added
- Eclipse Plug-in Added
- Macromedia Studio Plug-in Added
- SDK Added
- Server-side Improvements
- Windows GUI Client Improvements
- Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Standalone Help
Cross Platform (Java Client Added) - With a Java client in addition to the standard windows client, SourceAnywhere Standalone can run on any platform that SWT (Standard Widget Toolkit) supports, such as Linux, MAC and Solaris, etc.
Cache Server Added - From version 2.0, SourceAnywhere Standalone provides a caching solution (optional) for distributed development. It is used to cache copies of requested server files, thereby improving the client responsiveness.
Command Line Client Added - In addition to the GUI Client, SourceAnywhere Standalone provides a Windows and a Java Command Line Client for users who prefer typing commands and those who write or maintain batch files for automatic source control processing. SourceAnywhere Standalone Command Line supports all the major operations required for source control.
Eclipse Plug-in Added - SourceAnywhere Standalone Eclipse plug-in is a team provider plug-in for the Eclipse IDE. It enables users to perform SourceAnywhere Standalone operations within the Eclipse IDE.
Macromedia Studio Plug-in Added - SourceAnywhere Standalone Macromedia Studio plug-in enables Dreamweaver or Flash users to access their SourceAnywhere Standalone repositories remotely and perform basic operations.
SDK Added - SourceAnywhere Standalone provides a Software Development Kit (SDK) which enables software developers to integrate SourceAnywhere Standalone functionality with their applications. Through SourceAnywhere Standalone Software Development Kit's APIs, you can develop applications that provide the similar functionality as the client software of SourceAnywhere Standalone.
- Management of SourceAnywhere Standalone Server is divided into two parts: general configuration of SourceAnywhere Standalone service is accomplished through the Service Configurator utility, and repository-related management is done through Server Manager
- Added support for SSL encryption
- Added server caching capability. Requested data can be cached on server to speed up client access
- Added connection pool. Provides an efficient way of maintaining database connection
Windows GUI Client Improvements
- Improved performance when refreshing file list
- Added support for SSL encryption
- Added socket validity check functionality. Enables SourceAnywhere Standalone to check if the socket is valid before network operation
- Added exclusive locks functionality. Allows you to set the default option for the Request Exclusive Lock checkbox in Check Out dialog box
- Added Duration for file status caching option for the General tab of Visual Studio IDE Client options. Checking this option may improve the performance of IDE client when there are a large number of files in the solution