This is now becoming an anuual event. We did a quick customer survey a couple of weeks ago, and not breaking tradition, we again asked what Version Control Systems people are using. It's a very important question for us because it's such an integral part of the build process. If FinalBuilder doesn't natively support the VCS you use, then it's possible, but harder, to use FinalBuilder to do your builds.
Here's the graph:
So, out of all that the only VCS's we currently don't have native support for are MKS SourceIntegrity, Code Coop, Continuus, and Accurev. We're currently in the process of adding MKS SourceIntegrity and Accurev actions.
What's interesting about this graph is that it's showing some trends over the past year and a bit. Microsoft TeamSystem is really jumping in popularity, as is Subversion. The popularity of SourceSafe is dropping off, but not as fast as I would have thought.
It's suprising to see less usage of JediVCS/FreeVCS - I wonder what these people are using now? And it's also good to see that the percentage of people using no version control system has halved since last year.