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Synonyms for perforce



Synonyms for perforce

without regard to desire or inclination

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William W White, Build/Release & QA/Test Manager at Perforce Software explains how the testing stage doesn't have to be a bottleneck and how software configuration management (SCM) tools can help speed up the development process.
Perforce Software Inc, has announced the latest release of its software configuration management system, Perforce 2004.2.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 4, 2018-Clearlake Capital-Backed Perforce Acquires PRQA to Improve Code Quality/Security for DevOps Teams
But, effective and diverting bits and pieces do not an integral viewing experience make, so our overall evaluation of the flick is perforce restricted to being-correspondingly 'deadma.'
The server provides automatic plan branching and merging for distributed version control systems (DVCS) such as Git and Mercurial, along with push-button plan branching for traditional version control systems (VCS), including Subversion, Perforce and CVS.
The medieval cult of pope and saint Clement extended across northern Europe unhindered by border or coastline, and her study must, perforce, follow.
Delta Lloyd Germany, part of the international Aviva Group, has announced it is using Perforce, the Fast Software Configuration Management (SCM) system, to manage its move to a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) environment.
They are attempts to bring the law into synch with reality, to extend the law into areas of the economy and society which live perforce beyond the law.
Unwilling to move into Utopia Station, I suppose I'm perforce foreclosed from really "getting it." The catalogue text, "What Is a Station?" by curators Tiravanija, Molly Nesbit, and Hans-Ulrich Obrist, dilates on the significance of spatiotemporal distension: "The Utopia Station in Venice, the city of islands, is part of a larger project.
They will doubtless be attacked in their turn, but any new rebellion will perforce be informed by their achievements and surely cannot be as simplistic as Modernism could be, though it could aspire to Modernism's humane nobility.
The scribal communities were then succeeded by "communities of the book" which perforce were less exclusive, as print by definition was available on the open market.
These gatherings celebrated the ideal that as partners in enterprise, management and labor would perforce share the same goals.
Cooley recently advised private investment firm Clearlake Capital Group and its subsidiary Perforce Software on two separate acquisitions involving Perfecto Mobile and Meeks Lumber Company.
Why sign up a real talent and then cast him in a predictable supporting role that perforce limits him to just looking conflicted and guilty as heck?
The university administration within the period of one month has issued show cause notices to the eight low-grade employees, terminated two staffers and perforce fully retired two other including the elected President of EWA.