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  1. questionHow to update the Java version on Linux?
    After you install the new version of Java on Linux, please reset the Environment Variables by adding the following lines at the end of /etc/profile file: CLASSPATH=.:$JAVA_HOME/lib/dt.jar:$JAVA_HOME/lib/tools.jar PATH=$PATH:$JAVA_HOME/bin export JAVA_HOME CLASSPATH PATH Please perform the co ...
  2. questionWhy cannot I get the diff tool to work in SourceAnywhere Standalone Java GUI Client?
    Symptom: When you perform the Diff command in SourceAnywhere Standalone Java Client, the diff tool (MergeHero) is not triggered. Cause: The Java environment is not configured properly. Resolution: Please reset the Environment Variables by adding the following lines at the end of /etc/profile fi ...
  3. questionCan SourceAnywhere diff/merge binary files?
    The default Diff/Merge tool of SourceAnywhere, MergeHero, cannot handle binary files with comparing/merging. However, SourceAnywhere allows you to configure external programs for Diff/Merge. You can configure SourceAnywherewith a tool that can handle¬ binary files at menu Tools->Options->E ...
  4. questionCan I search files in SourceAnywhere?
    Yes. SourceAnywhere provides Wildcard Search, Find in files , and Status Search. They are used to search files by names, contents and status (checked out) respectively. >> Wildcard Search: Search through file name Click Wildcard Search on Tools menu. In the Search for Wildcard dialog b ...
  5. questionCan I install the SourceAnywhere client on several PCs?
    Yes. SourceAnywhere is licensed on a per user basis. Each user may install the SourceAnywhere client on multiple machines as needed and access SourceAnywhere server from multiple clients at the same time.
  6. questionCan I run SourceAnywhere Standalone Client on Linux or Mac?
    Yes. In addition to the standard Windows client, SourceAnywhere Standalone comes with a Java client and can run on any platform that SWT (Standard Widget Toolkit) supports, such as Linux, MAC and Solaris, etc.