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IBM has retired CentOS. Stream is not an acceptable replacement in an enterprise environment. Rocky linux IS CentOS with a development org supporting it whom are highly experienced at maintaining CentOS. Please add install support for Rocky Linux.
It appears to be that the cleartool prompt on Windows wants everything in the first 127 characters (ASCII). cleartool interactive prompt ignores the input locale, assuming ASCII, meaning filenames with accented or other international characters ma...
Add Docker for Windows support for MVFS based ClearCase views
Please support ClearCase dynamic views to be mounted in Docker for Windows containers, e.g. binding a folder on an MVFS drive to a container directory / drive when starting the container or install a component within the container, which can start...
clearmake -C gnu should support syntax for handling multiple targets with a single rule like gmake 4.2
With the current gmake 4.2 a - long discussed - syntax feature for handling a rule of multiple targets built by the same rule was released.a b c :& build-meAs a result, this is the same as in solaris make done viaa + b + c: build-meBesi...
mvfs startup using systemd instead of /etc/rc.d/init.d
can ClearCase startup will be modified so that it works correctly on newer versions of Red Hat, where they have changed the startup to use systemd instead of /etc/init.d./clearcaseto start up the service at boot time. With RHEL7, systemd wasintr...
Based on the Window -> Preferences -> Editors, there is this option for file association. Instead of setting each file one by one to be opened with my preferred editor, Users just want to set their default editor (e.g. text editor) for all t...
ship 32bit libraries with 64bit ClearCase installations
We have multiple deployments of 32bit Perl insterpreter installations with the CtCmd binding rolled out. If we switch to ClearCase 9.0.1 and 64bit (as it is today in 18.104.22.168), these existing deployments will cease to work.We are wondering whether ...
We receive a message in the Linux messages file: "kernel: mvfs: module verification failed: signature and/or required key missing - tainting kernel" for our Linux 7 systems. This is expected since Red Hat Enterprise Linux messages concerning taint...
A space between -I option and the path makes the build occur an error in omake depending on the command line length
When build using omake with VS, a space between -I option and the path makes the build occur an error by command line length.The underlying problem is that the C compiler is not treating the line ending in the response file as whitespace, but rath...
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