Software configuration management system
Aegis is a transaction-based software management system. It provides a framework within which developers work on changes independently, and coordinates integrating those changes back into the master source code. The program supports geographically distributed development. Aegis supports distributed and multiple repositories, change sets, multiple lines of development, multiple simultaneous active branches, and branching to any depth. It enforces a development process which requires that change sets "work" (they must build successfuly and optionally include and pass tests) before being integrated into the project baseline. It also ensures that code reviews have been performed. The program also supports long transactions, which allows appropriately created changes to be treated as if they were projects and therefore to have changes made to them. This allows a hierarchy of changes within changes, to any depth. Each project is a separate repository, with separately configurable policies.
DocumentationUser Reference Manual available from http://aegis.sourceforge.net/refman.pdf; User's Guide available from http://aegis.sourceforge.net/user-guide.pdf; Examples included
released on 4 December 2012
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||31 January 2001|
Leaders and contributors
Resources and communication
|Developer||Mailing List Info/Archive||http://lists.sourceforge.net/mailman/listinfo/aegis-developers|
|Required to build||gettext|
|Required to use||autoconf|
|Required to use||zlib|
|Required to use||apache|
|Required to build||groff|
|Required to build||zlib|
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