<s id="monotone">Yes. Renames are supported.</s>
<s id="opencm">Yes. Renames are supported</s>
- Not directly (you copy and then delete but it manages to
- keep track of the branch)
+ since version 2011.1</a>.
Yes. File and folder renames and moves are directly
- Partial. While perforce doesn't explicitly support
- renames (one hsa to do a copy+delete), it does keep track
- of the full revision and integration history across
- copying, so changing a file in the copied directory
- and trying to merge it does the right thing.
Yes, intelligent renames are supported.
monotone does not track information about copied files.
<s id="opencm">No. Copies are not supported.</s>
- <s id="perforce">Copies are supported (though, because
- of its architecture, I don't know how well)
+ Yes, fully <a href="http://www.perforce.com/perforce/doc.current/manuals/p4guide/06_codemgmt.html#1085309">supported</a> with full
<s id="purecm">Yes. Copies are supported.</s>
- <s id="perforce">Yes. Via the Perforce Proxy (P4P) tool.</s>
+ <s id="perforce">Yes. Via the Perforce Proxy (P4P) tool,
+ and <a href="http://www.perforce.com/perforce/doc.current/manuals/p4sag/10_replication.html#1056059">full
+ repository replacion</a>.
<s id="purecm">Yes. Using the PureCM Proxy Server.</s>
Yes. Replication is a fundamental part
- <s id="perforce">Unknown. Probably Not.</s>
+ <s id="perforce">Yes, via
+ <a href="http://www.perforce.com/perforce/doc.current/manuals/p4sag/03_superuser.html#1065679">remote depots</a>.
- Yes, P4Win and others based on the available libp4
+ Yes, P4Win, P4V and others based on the available libp4
+ library. There are also plugins for Eclipse, Visual
+ Studio and other environments.
Cross-platform GUI for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X
a $160 for continuing support for the subsequent years. The
latter payment is optional and required only for support,
as the product can be used without it. Free for
- open source projects (no support in this case).
+ open source projects (no support in this case), and there
+ is also a ‘free for 20 users’ offer.
A proprietary, binary only, commercial license.