SourceTree Analyzer is a small, fast and extremely powerful utility which empowers its user to quickly and effectively track changes between different revisions of document trees such as source code, websites and electronic publications.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:33
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: SourceTree Analyzer will enable you to quickly and efficiently track changes between different document trees such as source code, websites and electronic publications formats, increasing productivity for disconnected collaborative development, backup management and source code version tracking.
SourceTree Analyzer can also be used effectively to monitor the differences between mirrored data, for example examining the changes between backups or keeping production and development/testing servers in sync.
Reports can be generated in either HTML, XML or Text formats to be saved or emailed directly from the application.
SourceTree Analyzer can now create compressed distributable executables or 'Updaters' which, when run, update the old source tree to the new one. Perfect for multiple developers who always need to be using an up-to-date revision. Updaters are entirely self extracting and need minimal user interaction. They can be emailed directly from SourceTree Analyzer without the need to use another email client.
An internal file viewer and many other enhancements including integration with WinDiff for visual comparison of files have been included.
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