Definition of Perforce. Meaning of Perforce. Synonyms of Perforce

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Definition of Perforce

Perforce
Perforce Per*force", adv. [F. par (L. per) + force.] By force; of necessary; at any rate. --Shak.
Perforce
Perforce Per*force", v. t. To force; to compel. [Obs.]

Meaning of Perforce from wikipedia

- Perforce, legally Perforce Software, Inc., is an American developer of software used for developing and running applications, including version control...
- Perforce Jam was an open-source build system developed by Christopher Seiwald of Perforce Software. It was used as a replacement for make. Its primary...
- Perforce User's Guide [4] Archived 2014-02-09 at the Wayback Machine from the Perforce User's Guide "Perforce Public Knowledge Base – Home". Perforce...
- Minneapolis, Minnesota-based software company owned by software developer Perforce. The company's products, which include Zend Studio, ****ist software developers...
- distributed like (Git or Mercurial) or centralized like (Subversion, CVS, or Perforce), the whole set of information in the repository may be duplicated on every...
- Minnesota-based application software developer Perforce. Rogue Wave's products are being maintained by Perforce. The company was founded in 1989 in Seattle...
- management application developed by Seapine Software, now owned by Perforce since 2017. Perforce integrated the software with its Helix ALM product. Surround...
- analysis tool owned by Minneapolis, Minnesota-based software developer Perforce. Klocwork software analyzes source code in real time, simplifies peer code...
- using build scripts generated by higher-level build systems Perforce Jam, a build tool by Perforce, inspired by Make Psake, domain-specific language and build-automation...
- gradle, and SBT. It supports version control systems like Git, Mercurial, Perforce, and SVN. Databases like Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite...
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