What are the main features missing from subclipse compared to
eclipse's built-in cvs client? For instance, does subclipse use the
same screen for resolution of merge conflicts? Or is it the case that
subclipse has the same main features now, and the main difference is
I tried to answer this question myself by just installing subclipse
and kicking it around, but I get an error whenever I try to open the
subclipse perspective or configure it from preferences (I'm running
M3, and the error dialog says subclipse is unable to load its ui
classes). So unless I am just unlucky, I assume stability is already a
My problem I would like to set up a subversion server instead of cvs.
But all users are on eclipse, and some are not familiar with command
lines, or version control systems, so it's key to have a good gui on
I'm wondering what the consensus view of the experts is, that is, of all of you.
Received on Wed Mar 9 22:31:16 2005