A Jini-supported Distributed Version and Configuration Management System (bibtex)
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Abstract:
The permanently growing world-wide network infrastructure, enables more flexible distributed software development. Version and configuration management systems are the state of the art support for development teams. Distributed version and configuration management systems are usually employing the client/server scheme, where the client must be installed on the local machine under a specific operating system. This results in an update-problem of the only locally installed clients, when a new version of the client-software is required and has to be installed on all clients. The locally installed clients become even more problematic when extended functionality should be supported. To overcome this problem we have developed a scheme to provide a legacy version and configuration management system as Jini-service which are retrieved by an initial thin client.
Reference:
A Jini-supported Distributed Version and Configuration Management System (Matthias Gehrke, Holger Giese, Matthias Tichy), In Proc. of the International Symposium on Convergence of IT and communications (ITCom2001), Denver, USA, International Society for Optical Engineering, volume 4521, 2001.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{GGT01_ag,
AUTHOR = {Gehrke, Matthias and Giese, Holger and Tichy, Matthias},
TITLE = {{A Jini-supported Distributed Version and Configuration Management System}},
YEAR = {2001},
MONTH = {August},
BOOKTITLE = {Proc. of the International Symposium on Convergence of IT and communications (ITCom2001), Denver, USA},
VOLUME = {4521},
PAGES = {7-15},
PUBLISHER = {International Society for Optical Engineering},
ABSTRACT = {The permanently growing world-wide network infrastructure, enables more flexible distributed software development. Version and configuration management systems are the state of the art support for development teams. Distributed version and configuration management systems are usually employing the client/server scheme, where the client must be installed on the local machine under a specific operating system. This results in an update-problem of the only locally installed clients, when a new version of the client-software is required and has to be installed on all clients. The locally installed clients become even more problematic when extended functionality should be supported. To overcome this problem we have developed a scheme to provide a legacy version and configuration management system as Jini-service which are retrieved by an initial thin client.}
}
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