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Roberto Ragusa (111) | asked Jan 12 '12, 4:15 a.m.
retagged Apr 04 '13, 5:00 a.m. by Dr. Hans-Joachim Pross (1.1k4258)
Hi,

where can I find a command line client to manage source code?
Something light-weight and usable in scripts, just like svn, cvs, git, hg, the old cmvc cli or any other source control tool.

Running on Linux is a must, avoiding Java would be a big plus.

Thanks.

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Krzysztof Ka┼║mierczyk (7.4k34997) | answered Apr 04 '13, 3:16 a.m.
You can also install scm command line client without installing Eclipse client:
https://jazz.net/downloads/rational-team-concert/releases/4.0.2?p=allDownloads see "SCM Tools" section

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Andrew Stevens (1482429) | answered Jan 12 '12, 12:44 p.m.
where can I find a command line client to manage source code?
Something light-weight and usable in scripts, just like svn, cvs, git, hg, the old cmvc cli or any other source control tool.

Running on Linux is a must, avoiding Java would be a big plus.


Don't know if it's similar on linux, but on my Windows PC there's a command-line client in
C:\Program Files\IBM\TeamConcert\scmtools\eclipse that was installed with the gui client. There's a scm.sh unix shell script in there too, so it's probably the same on linux, but since that's a wrapper to call a java command I don't suppose you'll be able to avoid that.


Andy.

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