Sourcerer .. or it's replacement, ABCM, from West Street Consulting (http://www.weststreetconsulting.com/WSC_ABCM.htm), is a great tool for single sourcing with structured FM, but I'm not sure how it relates to source control systems.
Cheers, ...scott David Spreadbury wrote: > Have you looked at Sourcerer, from Advantica, Inc? > > Adobe has a Success Story at > www.adobe.com/products/framemaker/pdfs/advantica_ss.pdf > <http://www.adobe.com/products/framemaker/pdfs/advantica_ss.pdf>. > > > --- On *Mon, 12/8/08, Scott Prentice *wrote: > > From: Scott Prentice > Subject: Re: Source Control for Frame > To: "John Posada" > Cc: "Framers List" > Date: Monday, December 8, 2008, 1:59 PM > > Hi John... > > By "handle binaries" .. what did it actually do? Did it do a binary > diff > on the files and only store the changes or did it store each update as a > whole blob? And did it provide you with the actual diffs of the content > without running FM? > > ...scott > > > John Posada wrote: > > When I was at EMC, we used Documentum for source control and it > > handled binaries just fine. You may, however, find the price tag a bit > > steep. > > > > > >>> Is there any source control out there that works really well with > Frame? > >>> We have subversion here, but that can only read ASCII files. It > stores > >>> > > > > > > > >