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SCCS libray on windows Xp

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We have a legacy sccs library which we'd like to move onto a windows server, for reference.

I've been looking for some time and I can't see any front-ends / applications for sccs on windows systems.

Any advice much appreciated.
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Windows server does not support SCCS. Linux or BSD server does.
Let me suggest subversion as it has best Windows integrated client.
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