Archive for the ‘VersionRecall’ Category


 

VersionRecall integration with PrimalScript and PowerShell Studio

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 by Alex Riedel
The folks over at PowerShell.org recently published a review of VersionRecall (http://powershell.org/wp/2014/04/15/review-sapien-versionrecall/) There was one paragraph that took us a little bit by surprise: “Unfortunately, PowerShell Studio doesn’t seem to recognize VersionRecall as a source control provider (at least, it didn’t show up when I tried to configure source control in PowerShell Studio). That means you can’t use the integrated check-in/out controls in PowerShell Studio. Instead, you almost want to open files by using VersionRecall’s Explorer, save them in PowerShell Studio, and then submit them to the repository back in VersionRecall. That’s a shame; the automatic check-in/out in PowerShell Studio…   More »

VersionRecall 2014: FAQ

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
Over the course of the weeks since the release of VersionRecall 2014 we have received a number of questions. Here is a list of the most common ones and the answers to them.   Question: Why do you not just submit a file each time it is modified? Answer: While developing scripts, most people frequently save and run to verify that what they have done so far works. Creating a new version each and every time a file changes creates many versions of a file, which in turn requires you to weed out the unwanted versions at some point.…   More »

Activating Your New Subscription

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 by June Alane Reif
[UPDATED: 8/15/2014] So, you just got a new subscription to a SAPIEN product. You've run the installer and you've launched the product and you were presented with a screen like this: Where do you go from here?  Well, since you already have a subscription number, you can pretty much ignore the buttons on the top right. Instead, focus on the section below the text "If you have a current subscription number, please enter or paste it into the field below." If you DO NOT already have a SAPIEN account (this is not necessarily the same as your store account!), click…   More »

PowerShell.org: New tools in my toolbox

Monday, March 24th, 2014 by David Corrales
The Jason Helmick over at PowerShell.org wrote an interesting article about his PowerShell toolbox: New tools in my toolbox! In the article, he mentions  PrimalScript, PowerShell Studio and VersionRecall 2014: “I’ve used PrimalScript for a very long time and I admit I’m a fan of SAPIEN Technologies. They have earned my respect over the years by providing me with high quality tools that make my life easier. It’s that simple.” Thank you for the kind words and for using our tools Jason! We hope they serve you well.…   More »

SAPIEN World Tour, VersionRecall

Thursday, March 6th, 2014 by Robert Morey
SAPIEN PowerShell World Tour We are on the road! Throughout 2014, our CEO, Dr. Ferdinand Rios is touring around the world, talking about our products and what is going on with SAPIEN. In March, you can catch him at the following PowerShell groups and events: March 15: Dallas/Ft. Worth PowerShell User Group March 19: Raleigh PowerShell User Group March 21: New York Techstravaganza Europe and other locations will be announced in due course.  See the new 2014 versions of PrimalScript, PowerShell Studio and VersionRecall, learn about upcoming projects and software that we are working on, and maybe even walk…   More »

VersionRecall 2014 released.

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
We are proud to announce that VersionRecall 2014 has been released and is now available for download from our web site at http://www.sapien.com/software/versionrecall. If you have been evaluating the community preview version, please make sure to read all the way down so you catch the new features that have been added. If you have not seen our extended community preview, please make sure to download the trial and and find out how easy version control can be. VersionRecall 2014 is the first version control software that understands scripting in general and PowerShell in particular. Here are just some of the…   More »

SAPIEN’s PowerShell Tools On Tour

Thursday, February 6th, 2014 by Ferdinand Rios
SAPIEN is taking the show on the road! Starting February 2014 and continuing through November 2014, SAPIEN will be talking about and demo-ing its new and updated PowerShell related tools around the globe. Our currently confirmed dates and locations are below: February 8 - PowerShell Saturday - Charlotte, NC February 10 - New York PowerShell User Group - New York, NY February 12 - Corpus Christi PowerShell User Group - Corpus Christi, TX March 15 - Dallas PowerShell User Group - Dallas, TX March 19 - Raleigh PowerShell Users Group - Raleigh, NC March 21 - NY Techstravaganza -…   More »

Expired community previews

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014 by Alex Riedel
  The community previews for WMI Explorer 2014 and PowerRegEx have now expired. We will evaluate your feedback and re-release these tools for existing customers soon. If you haven’t had a chance to provide us with your feedback, wishes and concerns, please feel free to visit the Community Tools Forum and leave us a message. The VersionRecall 2014 Community Preview has been extended until February 15th 2014. If your current version has expired, please go to the VersionRecall page and download the current build from there. For questions and comments regarding VersionRecall 2014 please visit the VersionRecall Support Forum.…   More »

Introducing SAPIEN’s VersionRecall 2014

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 by Alex Riedel
Version control is a necessity for most, if not all, software development teams. When you work with a large number of individuals plugging away at the same code you just need some mechanism to channel access and preserve previous known-good states. Version control systems have evolved from simple check-in/check-out systems like Microsoft’s Delta and later SourceSafe to cloud-based peer to peer systems like Subversion and Mercurial, just to name a few. They all share mechanisms intended for a team of people working on code. So quite naturally it contains lots of features and elements that are not necessary for…   More »