How the driver works with source code control

The March Hare UD6/CMtool driver provides an interface between Uniface and plain text files. This means that the driver is not tied to any particular source code management tool, or configuration manager, and will not require upgrading when your CM tool does.

This also means that the full range of functions available in your CM tool are available for you to use in a Uniface environment, not just a limited set of functions implemented for the IDF.

Finally, in a configuration-managed environment, your source code is divided up into at least 2 groups:

The UD6/CMtool driver from March Hare transparently handles this differentiation between locations of files, and leaves the protection and access control up to your operating system and CM tool to manage:

Further Information

How the driver works

Format of the files
Modifying the XML files directly
Differences between UD6/CMtool and UD7/XML-DATA and W3C XML-DATA format
Division of the entities

UD6 Overview
How to use the driver with a configuration management solution

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