I found the the following information on the S3-Website concerning the ENI ( http://www.3s-software.com/index.shtml?ENI
Supported Data Base Systems:
The server concept lets the user put a common data base on a remote computer. By default the ENI Server supports a local file system as well as the data base systems 'Visual SourceSafe 6.0', 'MKS Source Integrity' and 'PVCS Version Manager' V7.5 and higher.
Of course there is always the possibility to customize the ENI Server to other data base systems. For a detailed description see the ENI Driver Development Kit — Programmer's Guide.
I would like to connect our CoDeSys system to another version control system (it's Subversion). This is not supported by default, reading the above text I figured that I can develop an interface on my own. The introduction of another version control system is not possible as the majority of the (C-)developers in our firm is using subversion and we don't want to have two parallel systems.
It looks like a prorietary interface as well as an open one as it's supported by several firms:
Beckhoff has some information, even about support of CVS: http://www.beckhoff.com/german/default. ... at/eni.htm
ELAU has some info: http://www.elau.de/Rahmen.asp?Knoten=940
Now I have the following questions:
Why is it not possible to get the mentioned "ENI Driver Development Kit - Programmer's Guide" neither in the download area nor by asking the support people? They say that they don't send it to customers. Does anybody have this document or information about this issue?
Does anybody have already made some adaption to another system?
Is there any further description of the interface?
Any further information would be nice,