As a result of adding 64-bit server support, SourceAnywhere 5.0 can now handle 1,000+ concurrent connections around the world. Support for 64-bit server offers dramatic improvements in memory availability and parallel processing performance compared to a 32-bit environment. Thus, SourceAnywhere 5.0's 64-bit support also achieves dramatic performance improvements.
SourceAnywhere 5.0's added support for the simple and light LocalDB database enables database flexibility. Users can now employ the free LocalDB database or purchase an installation of SQL Server®. The previous version, 4.4, had also improved on file transfer performance for local development teams and added an updated user interface. The software can be used within various integrated development environments (IDE). These include Visual Studio®, Eclipse™, Dreamweaver® and other IDEs compatible with Microsoft® Source Code Control Interface (MSSCCI). SourceAnywhere provides a cost-effective source control solution for small businesses or large enterprises.
"We are continuing to improve on our successful SourceAnywhere solution," said
SourceAnywhere employs a client-side cache server that improves remote speed performance. This is best when multiple developers are working on the same project at the same remote location. Other key features of SourceAnywhere include a "find in files" capability. It can be used to search content in a file. It helps developers navigate the source tree with accurate search results. SourceAnywhere provides several version control convenience features. They include email notifications; pending check-ins; shelve / unshelve; branch / merge; and more.
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