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Released: 2020-06-15

Version 1.3.14

This is the first release of the Ivercy 1.3.-line being released for general production use. Compared to the 1.2-versions there is a major redesign of the internal architecture. If you are using the MSSCCI-Connectivity, you will not notice any difference in the behavior of Ivercy (except for changes listed below).

The new architecture has been tested with MSSCCI-Connectivity for more than a year and is stable and fully supported. The new and optional Non-MSSCCI-Connectivity with custom connectors is still incomplete and should be considered beta-state.

(This version was originally released as preview/beta on 2020-04-15. There were no significant problems reported with this version, therefore we changed its status to “general release”. If you downloaded the version 1.3.14 as beta, there is no need to download it again.)

The changes listed here are compiled on the baseline of version 1.2.6. If you have been using any 1.3.-release, you already have parts of these changes.

Important Changes:

  • Feature: Exclude Objects from Ivecy. Useful for temporary objects that are created or modified by code in your application.
  • Feature: Custom Commands - Define custom external commands to be executed from within Microsoft Access development environment. Read the Custom Command documentation!
  • Feature: New, optional and still beta connectivity to Subversion using SharpSVN.
  • Feature: New SourceProcessingSetting Line_Replace
  • Feature/Bugfix: With TFS it’s possible to get an old version of an object from the history ("Get This Version").
  • Feature: Combined artifical status filters for new and out-of-date files in the repository.
  • Feature/Bugfix: Old log files are deleted when closing Access. (Default for "old" is 30 days or older, but can be configured.)
  • Bugfix: Ivercy does not ask anymore if you want to delete files from the repository that are not controlled.
  • Bugfix: (ADP-Projects only) No more error message "The given key was not present ..." when accidentally selecting a SQL Server table or view and invoking an Ivercy command.

You should download the 64Bit release only if you’ve got 64Bit Access!

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Released: 2020-04-01

Version 1.2.6 - 64bit

This is hot fix of our installer for 64bit Access only!.

In general this is a minor bug fix release. We recommend to install this version only if you need Ivercy in 64bit Access.

Upgrade guide:

You can install this version as an in-place upgrade by installing the new version without uninstalling the previous version. It is recommended to check-in all pending work before running the setup for the update.

Changes:

  • Bugfix: Any source code control operation initiated from the context menu resulted in an error message "The given key was not present in the dictionary" if it was executed for an object with the &-sign in its name.
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Released: 2019-05-28

Version 1.2.6 - 32bit

This is a minor bug fix release. We recommend to upgrade only if you are affected by the issue listed below.

Upgrade guide:

You can install this version as an in-place upgrade by installing the new version without uninstalling the previous version. It is recommended to check-in all pending work before running the setup for the update.

Changes:

  • Bugfix: Any source code control operation initiated from the context menu resulted in an error message "The given key was not present in the dictionary" if it was executed for an object with the &-sign in its name.
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Released: 2021-11-02

Version 1.4.12

Yet another beta release fixing a major issue in the new Ivercy Git connector and including several minor general fixes and enhancements.

Upgrade guide:

General Recommendation: Before upgrading to a new version, it is recommended to check-in all pending changes.

If you want to use the new TfsEx or Git connector and are upgrading from a previous version, which did not include the TfsEx or Git connector, you should run the setup once to upgrade the existing installation. Then run the setup again and choose “Add/Remove Features” to add the new connector to your installation.

If you used the new TfsEx or Git connector in version 1.4.8 and earlier, and stored credentials for a remote repository, Ivercy v1.4.12 cannot read these stored credentials due to changes of the encryption logic. You may see a "Data is invalid" error when you open the database, on any SCC operation, and/or when you open the Options Dialog.

(This does not apply to stored user/password credentials for Azure DevOps with TfsEx.)

To fix this issue:

  • Click on "Options" in the Ivercy Ribbon
  • Select the new "Credentials for YourProject" tab in the Options Dialog
  • Remove the existing credential data
  • Enter your valid credentials again
  • Click "Update Credentials"
  • Click "Save"
  • Close your database and Access
  • Open your database again
  • Everything should work as expected now.

Changes in versions 1.4.12:

----- General -----

  • Bug Fix: If an error is encountered during preprocessing a source file before import into Access that error will no longer abort the import process for other files.
  • Feature: Extended debug log output to help Ivercy support with problem diagnosis.

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • Bug Fix: The new repository option in the Configure Project dialog now creates a normal Git repository instead of a bare.
  • Feature: The History now shows all affected files in a commit.
  • Feature: Many small improvements to the usability of the Configure Project dialog to prevent accidental misconfiguration and to clarify meaning of terms.

Known Issues:

----- General -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes (Modified).

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes and remote changes (Modified and Out-Of-Date).
  • Cloning remote repositories has only been tested with GitHub. – We aren’t aware of any issues, and it should work with any hosting service, it is just not tested yet.
  • Ivercy will only show the history of deleted objects on or before the last import of that object before deletion. At least the delete operation itself will not be shown in the history. (This is caused by a limitation in LibGit2Sharp)

You should download the 64Bit release only if you’ve got 64Bit Access!

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Released: 2021-10-28

Version 1.4.11

Another new beta release driven by requirements of the new Ivercy Git connector and the new TfsEx connector but it also includes several general enhancements benefitting the use with any source code control system.

(Version 1.4.11 is a hot fix for now removed versions 1.4.9 and 1.4.10.)

Upgrade guide:

General Recommendation: Before upgrading to a new version, it is recommended to check-in all pending changes.

If you want to use the new TfsEx or Git connector and are upgrading from a previous version, which did not include the TfsEx or Git connector, you should run the setup once to upgrade the existing installation. Then run the setup again and choose “Add/Remove Features” to add the new connector to your installation.

If you used the new TfsEx or Git connector in a previous version and stored credentials for a remote repository, Ivercy v1.4.9 cannot read these stored credentials due to changes of the encryption logic. You may see a "Data is invalid" error when you open the database, on any SCC operation, and/or when you open the Options Dialog.

(This does not apply to stored user/password credentials for Azure DevOps with TfsEx.)

To fix this issue:

  • Click on "Options" in the Ivercy Ribbon
  • Select the new "Credentials for YourProject" tab in the Options Dialog
  • Remove the existing credential data
  • Enter your valid credentials again
  • Click "Update Credentials"
  • Click "Save"
  • Close your database and Access
  • Open your database again
  • Everything should work as expected now.

Changes in versions 1.4.9, 1.4.10, and 1.4.11:

----- General -----

  • Bug Fix: Fixed UTF8 module files not beeing converted to ANSI character set before import into Access. (Bug introduced in v.1.4.9)
  • Bug Fix: Fixed NullReferenceException when opening a database not under version control. (Bug introduced in v.1.4.9)
  • Feature: Support for UTF8 file encoding. You can now configure to convert source files to UTF8 encoding. Important for Git and potentially Subversion.
  • Feature/Fix: If the import of an object from the repository failed, Ivercy will now mark the object in Access with “Unknown” status (=question mark icon).
  • Feature: New command “Clean-up Deleted” to delete objects in Access that were deleted in the repository. – Requires that the source code control system reports “Deleted” status.
  • Feature: More responsive status update in the SCC Output Window during long running operations (Add database to …/Create from …).
  • Bug Fix: If a “New” object in Access is deleted, Ivercy will now delete the source files for that object in the local temp folders.

----- Ivercy TfsEx Connector -----

  • Feature: If you use a PAT (Personal Access Token) for Azure DevOps authentication, you can now change the token without recreating the project.

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • Feature: Support for UTF8 file encoding! For new projects created with the Git Connector, Ivercy will use UTF8 file encoding by default!
  • Feature: If you cloned a remote private repository, you can now change the authentication credentials without rebuilding the project.
  • Feature/Fix: Ivercy will now show the history of deleted objects; albeit with some limitations.

Known Issues:

----- General -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes (Modified).

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes and remote changes (Modified and Out-Of-Date).
  • Cloning remote repositories has only been tested with GitHub. – We aren’t aware of any issues, and it should work with any hosting service, it is just not tested yet.
  • Ivercy will only show the history of deleted objects on or before the last import of that object before deletion. At least the delete operation itself will not be shown in the history. (This is caused by a limitation in LibGit2Sharp)

You should download the 64Bit release only if you’ve got 64Bit Access!

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Released: 2021-10-23

Version 1.4.10

Another new beta release driven by requirements of the new Ivercy Git connector and the new TfsEx connector but it also includes several general enhancements benefitting the use with any source code control system.

(Version 1.4.10 is identical to the now removed version 1.4.9 with one urgent bug fix added.)

Upgrade guide:

General Recommendation: Before upgrading to a new version, it is recommended to check-in all pending changes.

If you want to use the new TfsEx or Git connector and are upgrading from a previous version, which did not include the TfsEx or Git connector, you should run the setup once to upgrade the existing installation. Then run the setup again and choose “Add/Remove Features” to add the new connector to your installation.

If you used the new TfsEx or Git connector in a previous version and stored credentials for a remote repository, Ivercy v1.4.9 cannot read these stored credentials due to changes of the encryption logic. You may see a "Data is invalid" error when you open the database, on any SCC operation, and/or when you open the Options Dialog.

(This does not apply to stored user/password credentials for Azure DevOps with TfsEx.)

To fix this issue:

  • Click on "Options" in the Ivercy Ribbon
  • Select the new "Credentials for YourProject" tab in the Options Dialog
  • Remove the existing credential data
  • Enter your valid credentials again
  • Click "Update Credentials"
  • Click "Save"
  • Close your database and Access
  • Open your database again
  • Everything should work as expected now.

Changes in this version:

----- General -----

  • Bug Fix: Fixed NullReferenceException when opening a database not under version control. (Bug introduced in v.1.4.9)
  • Feature: Support for UTF8 file encoding. You can now configure to convert source files to UTF8 encoding. Important for Git and potentially Subversion.
  • Feature/Fix: If the import of an object from the repository failed, Ivercy will now mark the object in Access with “Unknown” status (=question mark icon).
  • Feature: New command “Clean-up Deleted” to delete objects in Access that were deleted in the repository. – Requires that the source code control system reports “Deleted” status.
  • Feature: More responsive status update in the SCC Output Window during long running operations (Add database to …/Create from …).
  • Bug Fix: If a “New” object in Access is deleted, Ivercy will now delete the source files for that object in the local temp folders.

----- Ivercy TfsEx Connector -----

  • Feature: If you use a PAT (Personal Access Token) for Azure DevOps authentication, you can now change the token without recreating the project.

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • Feature: Support for UTF8 file encoding! For new projects created with the Git Connector, Ivercy will use UTF8 file encoding by default!
  • Feature: If you cloned a remote private repository, you can now change the authentication credentials without rebuilding the project.

Known Issues:

----- General -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes (Modified).

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes and remote changes (Modified and Out-Of-Date).
  • Cloning remote repositories has only been tested with GitHub. – We aren’t aware of any issues, and it should work with any hosting service, it is just not tested yet.

You should download the 64Bit release only if you’ve got 64Bit Access!

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Released: 2021-10-13

Version 1.4.08

Bugfix release for a major problem with MSSCCI based source code control systems when creating a project from the repository.

Upgrade guide:

If you are upgrading from a previous version, which did not include the TfsEx or Git connector, and want to use either of new connectors, you should run the setup once to upgrade the existing installation. Then run the setup again and choose “Add/Remove Features” to add the new connector to your installation.


Changes in this version:

----- General -----

  • Feature: Some layout and usability fixes and improvements in Object List dialog.
  • Fix: Fixed setup to not remove optional features that were already installed.
  • Fix: Fixed some issues with error logging during initialization and shutdown.

----- All MSSCCI based systems -----

  • Fix: "Create from Repository" failed due to incomplete initialization of MSSCCI-Provider

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • Fix: Rename of objects now will be properly recognized by Git.

 

Known Issues:

----- General -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes (Modified).

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes and remote changes (Modified and Out-Of-Date).
  • Most Access source files are encoded with UTF16LE. Git does not support UTF16 text encoding and will treat those files as binary.

    Workaround: If you only use ANSI characters in the design of your database, you can enable the ConvertSourceFilesToSBCS option to use the default single byte character set.

  • Setup of remote repositories has only been tested with GitHub. – We aren’t aware of any issues, and it should work with any hosting service, it is just not tested yet.

 

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Released: 2021-09-27

Version 1.4.07

The major focus of this new beta release is to fix issues and deliver major improvements to the Ivercy Git connector. Additionally, we also fixed some issues with the new TfsEx connector.

Upgrade guide:

If you are upgrading from a previous version, which did not include the TfsEx or Git connector, and want to use either of new connectors, you should run the setup once to upgrade the existing installation. Then run the setup again and choose “Add/Remove Features” to add the new connector to your installation.


Important Changes:

----- General -----

  • Feature/Fix: Improved resilience and error handling during processing of Data&Misc-Objects.
  • Feature: Some (small) performance improvements to checksum calculation.
  • Feature: Minor improvements of Options dialog. Better validation and descriptions.

----- Ivercy TfsEx Connector -----

  • Fix: Ivercy does not show deleted objects as “New in repository” anymore.
  • Feature/Fix: The logic to detect, display, reuse, or remove stored credentials for the DevOps server was improved.
  • Feature: A Client application can be configured to be run from the Ivercy ribbon.

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • Feature: Redesign of the “Configure New Project” (formerly “Configure Projects Paths”) dialog for improved user friendliness and prevention of configuration errors.
  • Feature: When setting up a new project you can now directly clone a remote Git repository. This also includes private repositories. This should work with any remote repository that can be cloned over HTTP(S) with basic authentication.
  • Feature/Fix: Now Ivercy can handle a brand new, empty repository for your project and will create a new branch if required.
  • Fix: Out-Of-Date status will now be displayed reliably for objects that were modified in the local repository or in the remote (if configured). (Does not apply to Data&Misc-Objects, see below.)
  • Fix: Now Ivercy honors your selection of the repository branch even it was not the active (HEAD) branch at that time.
  • Fix: The Checkout command (as MSSCCI term) now just does nothing instead of throwing an NotImplemented exception.
  • Fix: Now SCC status will be displayed correctly for new objects just added to the repository.
  • Feature/Fix: Better detection and handling of bare and non-bare repositories.
  • Feature: A Client application can be configured to be run from the Ivercy ribbon.

 

Known Issues:

----- All MSSCCI based systems -----

  • [Reported/Confirmed 2021-10-12] Create database from repository does not work!

----- General -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes (Modified).

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • The SCC Status of the Data&Misc-Objects may be incorrect and not reflect local changes and remote changes (Modified and Out-Of-Date).
  • Most Access source files are encoded with UTF16LE. Git does not support UTF16 text encoding and will treat those files as binary.

    Workaround: If you only use ANSI characters in the design of your database, you can enable the ConvertSourceFilesToSBCS option to use the default single byte character set.

  • Setup of remote repositories has only been tested with GitHub. – We aren’t aware of any issues, and it should work with any hosting service, it is just not tested yet.

 

You should download the 64Bit release only if you’ve got 64Bit Access!

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Released: 2021-08-27

Version 1.4.06


This is yet another major new beta release delivering a preview of the alternative/optional new Ivercy TfsEx connector for Team Foundation Version Control on Azure DevOps Services and Azure DevOps Server.


----- General -----

  • Feature: Ivercy will now ask you before closing the current database on "Add database to ..."
  • Feature: Additional/optional connectors are now optional features during setup and will get only installed of your select them.
  • Feature/Bug Fix: Better resilience and some minor bug fixes for new Data&Misc-Objects handling.
  • Feature/Bug Fix: Fixed a bug where messages/dialogs on renaming an object showed multiple times. Improved handling of unexpected non-error situations during an rename operation.
  • Bug Fix: When an old version of an object is loaded from the history, Ivercy now updates the status of the object automatically.

----- Ivercy Git Connector -----

  • Bug Fix: Ivercy generated/used an invalid working folder path when the Access project was stored in the root of the repository or should be added to the root of a repository.

----- Ivercy TfsEx Connector -----

  • Brand new connector for Team Foundation Version Control on Azure DevOps Services and Azure DevOps Server. See the Ivercy TfsEx documentation page for further details.

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Released: 2021-06-15

Version 1.4.05


This is a new beta release delivering a preview of the alternative/optional new Ivercy Git connector, a beta preview of a major change in the handling of the Data&Misc-Objects, new features important for anybody working with very large databases, and new general features and minor bug fixes.


We may remove the previous version 1.4.4 from the download page. Therefore this change history includes all changes since version 1.3.21.

Download this version to get the new features announced for previous 1.4.* versions.

Important Changes since version 1.3.21:

----- Originally in v1.4.0 -----

  • Feature: Local Data&Misc-Objects can now be updated from the repository without recreating the whole project.
  • Feature: Optional Ivercy Query Serializer for better performance with huge databases (Documentation of Ivercy Query Serializer).
  • Feature: Added support for running in Access with Dutch language settings.

----- Originally in v1.4.1 -----

  • Feature: Ivercy warns about unsaved changes in Access before manual Add, Check-in and Refresh Status operations.
  • Feature: Early beta release of the alternative/optional new Ivercy Git connector! (Documentation of Ivercy Git connector).
  • Feature/Fix: Check sub forms of a form in design view for changes.
  • Feature/Fix: Several minor improvements and bug fixes to the SCC-UI components (only relevant if you use ivercy.svn or ivercy.git)

----- Originally in v1.4.2 -----

  • Fix: Added files missing in the setup for previous 1.4.x versions (OptionList.txt, PropertyList.txt).
  • Feature/Fix: Several improvements and bug fixes to the new Ivercy Git connector
  • Feature/Fix: Improved resilience of the Navigation Pane integration.

----- Originally in v1.4.4 -----

  • Bug Fix: Ivercy now again shows new objects from the repository when listing objects for Get Latest Version (Bug introduced in v1.4.2).
  • Bug Fix: Fixed error with handling Foreign Keys when processing Data&Misc-Objects (Bug introduced in v1.4.0).
  • Feature: [ivercy.git only] Added LibGit2Sharp binaries in setup.
  • Feature: [ivercy.git only] Ivercy shows Out-Of-Date status for objects modified in the repository (only relevant if you use ivercy.git).
  • Bug Fix: Ivercy now does not asks to confirm the deletion of a file in the repository if the file already has “Deleted” status.
  • Feature: Undo-Checkout command now also uses the ForceGetLatest mechanism.
  • Feature/Fix: Ivercy now recognizes when you cancel a rename operation with [ESC].
  • Feature/Fix: Several small improvements and bug fixes.

----- New in v1.4.5 -----

  • Bug Fix: Fixed error when copying custom Navigation Pane categories and groups when processing Data&Misc-Objects (Bug introduced in v1.4.0).
  • Bug Fix: MSI-Setup did not update configuration files for processing Data&Misc-Objects. (Bug introduced in v1.4.1)
  • Bug Fix: SccLibrary/SccProxy were unintenonally unloaded when when processing Data&Misc-Objects (Bug introduced in v1.4.4)
  • Feature/Fix: Improved error handling and logging during processing of Data&Misc-Objects.

You should download the 64Bit release only if you’ve got 64Bit Access!

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Released: 2021-06-14

Version 1.4.04


This is a new beta release delivering a preview of the alternative/optional new Ivercy Git connector, a beta preview of a major change in the handling of the Data&Misc-Objects, new features important for anybody working with very large databases, and new general features and minor bug fixes.


Due to issues with the installer of the previous versions 1.4.0 - 1.4.2 we removed those releases from the download page. Download this version to get the new features announced for previous 1.4.* versions.

Important Changes since version 1.3.21:

----- Originally in v1.4.0 -----

  • Feature: Local Data&Misc-Objects can now be updated from the repository without recreating the whole project.
  • Feature: Optional Ivercy Query Serializer for better performance with huge databases (Documentation of Ivercy Query Serializer).
  • Feature: Added support for running in Access with Dutch language settings.

----- Originally in v1.4.1 -----

  • Feature: Ivercy warns about unsaved changes in Access before manual Add, Check-in and Refresh Status operations.
  • Feature: Early beta release of the alternative/optional new Ivercy Git connector! (Documentation of Ivercy Git connector).
  • Feature/Fix: Check sub forms of a form in design view for changes.
  • Feature/Fix: Several minor improvements and bug fixes to the SCC-UI components (only relevant if you use ivercy.svn or ivercy.git)

----- Originally in v1.4.2 -----

  • Fix: Added files missing in the setup for previous 1.4.x versions (OptionList.txt, PropertyList.txt).
  • Feature/Fix: Several improvements and bug fixes to the new Ivercy Git connector
  • Feature/Fix: Improved resilience of the Navigation Pane integration.

----- New in v1.4.4 -----

  • Bug Fix: Ivercy now again shows new objects from the repository when listing objects for Get Latest Version (Bug introduced in v1.4.2).
  • Bug Fix: Fixed error with handling Foreign Keys when processing Data&Misc-Objects (Bug introduced in v1.4.0).
  • Feature: [ivercy.git only] Added LibGit2Sharp binaries in setup.
  • Feature: [ivercy.git only] Ivercy shows Out-Of-Date status for objects modified in the repository (only relevant if you use ivercy.git).
  • Bug Fix: Ivercy now does not asks to confirm the deletion of a file in the repository if the file already has “Deleted” status.
  • Feature: Undo-Checkout command now also uses the ForceGetLatest mechanism.
  • Feature/Fix: Ivercy now recognizes when you cancel a rename operation with [ESC].
  • Feature/Fix: Several small improvements and bug fixes.

You should download the 64Bit release only if you’ve got 64Bit Access!

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Released: 2020-08-12

Version 1.3.21

This is beta preview of a minor maintenance release particularly with an improved installer and some other minor new features.

This is a new beta release delivering a couple of minor new features and several important bug fixes specific to the AgentSVN MSSCCI-Provider when used with .Net 4.0.

Important Changes:

  • Feature: Improved installer for ALLUSER mode installations.
  • Feature: Improved installer - Additional command line swiches (documentation will follow soon).
  • Feature: The position of the SCC-Output-Window is now stored.
  • Feature: Improved detection of new objects when the MSSCCI-Provider does not support the SccPopulateList function.
  • Feature: Added support for running in Access with Portuguese (Brazil) language settings.
  • Feature/Bugfix: Ivercy can now handle Access files protected with Access (MDW) security.
  • Feature/Bugfix: Custom Commands are now also available in Access 2007.
  • Feature/Bugfix: Ivercy now honors the SCC_CAP_POPULATELIST flag indicating capabilities of the MSSCCI-Provider.
  • Feature/Bugfix: Improved logging of system environment information.
  • Bugfix: Fixed an error where Access/Ivercy would crash on startup when used with AgentSvn and .Net 4.0
  • Bugfix: Fixed an issue where the IgnoreStatusFromSccPopulateList compatibility setting had no effect.
  • Bugfix: Fixed the issue that potentially a wrong license key was used/displayed if multiple installations were on one computer

You should download the 64Bit release only if you’ve got 64Bit Access!

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Released: 2020-04-01

Version 1.3.11 - 64bit - Beta

This is a dedicated installer version for installation into 64bit Access. Except for the 64bit installer this version is identical to V 1.3.10

This is the first publicly available version in the 1.3.* series, which contains a huge internal restructuring to be more open to Non-MSSCCI connectivity. You should read our blog post on our Perspective for 2019 to get more background information.

Please be aware, this is a beta version!

Important Changes:

  • Feature: New, optional connectivity to Subversion using SharpSVN.
  • Feature: New SourceProcessingSetting Line_Replace
  • Feature/Bugfix: With TFS it’s possible to get an old version of an object from the history ("Get This Version").
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Released: 2019-03-04

Version 1.3.10 - 32bit - Beta

This is the first publicly available version in the 1.3.* series, which contains a huge internal restructuring to be more open to Non-MSSCCI connectivity. You should read our blog post on our Perspective for 2019 to get more background information.

Please be aware, this is a beta version!

Important Changes:

  • Feature: New, optional connectivity to Subversion using SharpSVN.
  • Feature: New SourceProcessingSetting Line_Replace
  • Feature/Bugfix: With TFS it’s possible to get an old version of an object from the history ("Get This Version").
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If you are participating in our beta programm and have issues with your download please get in contact with us.
Email: info@ivercy.com