|Initial release||May 18, 1999|
7.3 / March 2019
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, HP-UX, Solaris, IBM AIX|
|Available in||English and Japanese|
AccuRev is a software configuration management application developed by AccuRev, Inc. and was first released in 1999. In December 2013 AccuRev was acquired by Micro Focus.
AccuRev is a centralized version control system which uses a client–server model. Communication is performed via TCP/IP using a proprietary protocol. Servers function as team servers, continuous integration servers, or build servers. AccuRev is built around a stream-based architecture in which streams form a hierarchical structure of code changes where parent streams pass on certain properties to child streams. Developers make changes using command line functions, the Java GUI, the web interface, or one of the IDE plug-ins (Eclipse, Visual Studio, IntelliJ IDEA).
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