Re: svn+svc, plink.exe and dos window popup
Miha Vitorovic wrote:
> Vittorio <email@example.com> wrote on 21.07.2005 13:43:56:
> > oh and I forgot a very last questions: why is the "Sinchonize
> > perspective" showing also a "bin" folder to be added (but not selected
> > for default commit) while this does not appear in my project?
> > Vittorio wrote:
> > > Hi everybody,
> > >
> > > just figured out how to configure subclipse using jni + putty (i.e. +
> > > subversion 1.2.0 for windows + plink + pageant). What I can't really
> > > figure out is there is a way to avoid that horrible dos plink.exe
> > > window that pop up at every svn operation subclipse does.
> > >
> > > I've read the docs but some things are not very clear with team
> > > synchronization
> > >
> > > 1) why some files are not sync by default (like .classpath and
> > > .project)? to prevent bugging other users using other IDEs?
> > > 2) if (1) it's true I could "remove from view" the nevfer sync files
> > > just not to be confused by those never synced files... well I did but
> > > I also mistakenly removed from view a file that needed to be
> synced, I
> > > guess is not a big problem because I can always commit the change but
> > > is there a way to "add to view"?
> Let me try to answer your questions.
> First off, according to the devs the 'synchronize' perspective is way
> back in its pre-alpha stage. The new 0.9.32 version about to be
> released will bring many improvements to it.
ok, this explains many thing :-)
> As for 1) AFAIK the commit/update works for .classpath and .project
> files bye default, and the synchronize as well. At least I don't
> remember turning that on anywhere, and we have it in the repository.
> We make great use of that, especially with the help of Variables.
that's interesting, can you make some examples of usgin Variables with
Thanks for your reply
any clue as for the dos windows popping up?
Received on Thu Jul 21 22:25:50 2005
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