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Code Co-op 4.5 version control streamlines collaboration over LAN and e-mail


Seattle , WA -- Seattle-based Reliable Software® announces the release of Code Co-op version 4.5. Code Co-op is the affordable peer-to-peer version control system supporting distributed development through e-mail, LAN, and VPN.

Code Co-op v4.5 enhances the automatic dispatching mechanism used to keep project members in synch. The dispatching mechanism is now able to automatically identify missing scripts quickly and retrieve them from another project member often before the user is aware they are missing. The transmission of large change scripts over the e-mail was made more robust. Code Co-op 4.5 can be downloaded from www.relisoft.com/co_op/.

Code Co-op version 4.5 runs on Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 or later. Automatic e-mail dispatching requires a Simple-MAPI e-mail client like Outlook Express and Eudora, or a MAPI client like Outlook XP and 2002. New licenses are $159 per seat. Upgrades to version 4.5 are free to 4.x licensed users or $45 to v. 3.x-licensed users. Upgrades from v. 2.x are $75 per seat. Free same-day e-mail product support is provided to licensed and unlicensed users.

Reliable Software’s contributions to the development community go beyond Code Co-op. On their website, they provide extensive information for developers, including tutorials and an on-line book. The founder of Reliable Software is the author of "C++ in Action, Industrial Strength Programming Techniques" (Addison-Wesley 2001) and a regular contributor to various trade magazines.


Simplify code review and merges with Code Co-op® version 4.1


Seattle, WA -- Seattle-based Reliable Software® announces the release of Code Co-op version 4.1. Code Co-op is the affordable peer-to-peer version control system supporting distributed development through Email, LAN, and VPN.

Code Co-op v4.1 features the inclusion of Beyond Compare Differ 2.1, a 'lite' version of Beyond Compare® 2.1 by Scooter Software, Inc. This 'lite' version was created especially for Code Co-op. Users can choose between the built-in differ and the Beyond Compare Differ. Version 4.1 also includes integration with the Beyond Compare 2.1 and Borland Delphi 8. Code Co-op 4.1 can be downloaded from www.relisoft.com/co_op/.

Code Co-op version 4.1 runs on Windows 9x, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 or later, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Automatic E-mail dispatching requires a Simple-MAPI E-mail client like Outlook Express and Eudora, or a MAPI client like Outlook XP and 2002. New licenses are $159 per seat. Upgrades to version 4.1 are free to 4.0 licensed users or $45 to v. 3.x-licensed users. Upgrades from v. 2.x are $75 per seat. Free E-mail product support is provided to licensed and unlicensed users.

Reliable Software contributions to the development community go beyond Code Co-op. On their website, they provide extensive information on their website for developers including tutorials and an on-line book. The founder of Reliable Software is the author of "C++ in Action - Industrial Strength Programming Techniques" (Addison-Wesley 2001) and a regular editorial contributor to various trade magazines.


Reliable Software® announces Code Co-op® version 4.0

Code Co-op brings collaborative development to distributed teams using E-mail


Seattle, WA -- Seattle-based Reliable Software announces the release of Code Co-op version 4.0. Code Co-op is an affordable version control system supporting developers, on-site or distributed, using E-mail, LAN, or VPN. Code Co-op's unique configuration eliminates the need for a central server and the costs associated with it.

Version 4.0 adds support for mobile computing enabling laptop users to collaborate over LAN while on the network and by Email while home or traveling. Tree-view and file filtering simplifies the navigation through project files. The built-in Visual Differ now includes extended search/replace and unlimited undo/redo.

Code Co-op version 4.0 runs on Windows 9x, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 or later, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Automatic E-mail dispatching requires a Simple-MAPI E-mail client like Outlook Express and Eudora, or a MAPI client like Outlook XP and 2002. New licenses are $159 per seat. Upgrades to version 4.0 are $45 to v. 3.x-licensed users. Upgrades from v. 2.x are $75 per seat. Free E-mail product support is provided to licensed and unlicensed users.

Reliable Software contributions to the development community go beyond Code Co-op. On their website, they provide extensive information on their website for developers including tutorials and an on-line book. The founder of Reliable Software is the author of "C++ in Action - Industrial Strength Programming Techniques" (Addison-Wesley 2001) and a regular editorial contributor to various trade magazines.


Reliable Software announces Code Co-op version 3.3

Code Co-op integrates with Borland Delphi and C++Builder


Seattle, WA -- Seattle-based Reliable Software announces the release of Code Co-op version 3.3. Code Co-op is an affordable and robust version control system for web and software development. It supports onsite and distributed team development by enabling collaboration through Email, LAN, VPN or a mix of these. Code Co-op eliminates the need for a central server and the costs associated with it.

This release of Code Co-op integrates with Borland Delphi and C++ Builder, versions 5 and 6. Code Co-op also integrates with VisualStudio.NET and other Microsoft SCC API compliant development applications.

Code Co-op version 3.3 runs on Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Automatic email dispatching requires a Simple-MAPI E-mail client like Outlook Express and Eudora, or a MAPI client like Outlook XP and 2002. New licenses are $145 per seat. Upgrades to version 3.3 are free to v. 3.0-licensed users. Upgrades from v. 2.x are $45 per seat. Free email product support is provided to licensed and unlicensed users.

Reliable Software's contributions to the development community go beyond Code Co-op. They provide extensive information on their website for developers. The founder of Reliable Software is the author of "C++ in Action - Industrial Strength Programming" (Addison-Wesley 2001) and an editorial contributor to various trade magazines.