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Just got Slick Edit 16, 64 bit installed, and I use ClearCase for version control. Normally, I have used the SCC provider to do my work, but I'm on a 64 bit OS now, and would really like the power of a native 64 bit program on my OS. Unfortunately it looks like Slick Edit also needs a 64 bit SCC provider, and my default installation of ClearCase doesn't have it.

Is there a 64 bit SCC provider for ClearCase?

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According to this thread, no, there isn't a 64-bit version of the SCM provider packaged with ClearCase.

Looks like it's a 32-bit DLL: C:\Program Files\IBM\RationalSDLC\ClearCase\bin\ccscc.dll

A RFE (Request For Enhancement #9779) has been opened (you need an IBM account to see it), and I just voted for it.

would like a 64-bit DLL available C:\Program Files\IBM\RationalSDLC\ClearCase\bin\ccscc.dll

Use case: SlickEdit V15 was functional on Win7/64-bit environment, but V16 is not functional.

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This is what I eventually found, too. Thanks for voting :) – Robert P May 11 '11 at 19:09

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