When did VC show up on IBM big iron?

From: Jay Jaeger <cube_at_msn.fullfeed.com>
Date: Mon Mar 1 20:19:14 1999

Well, that depends.

PanValet (by Pansophic systems, originally) had version _tracking_ by line
number, and you could have multiple libraries, and migrate things between
them. There were similar competitive systems. Wisconsin DOT had PanValet
when I arrived there in 1975.

Amdahl UTS was Unix, complete with version control I imagine. Seems to me
this was around about 1980.

Hope that helps.


At 08:13 AM 2/26/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Does anyone recall when version control tools became available on IBM
>mainframe OSs?
>David Wollmann
>DST / DST Data Conversion
>ICQ: 10742063
Jay R. Jaeger The Computer Collection
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Received on Mon Mar 01 1999 - 20:19:14 GMT

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