thank you for your reply Toby
it seems that eclipse it doesn't "appeal" the other developers, but -
after investigating a bit more - i think that both toad for oracle and
oracle sql developer are very close to be made compatible.
at least that's why the sql developer team is saying (the next version
should have subversion compatibility) and for what concerns toad, i
discovered that (quite surprisingly for me) the
microsoft-environment-bound version of the product (toad for sqlserver)
already has integration in place, thus i suspect that toad for oracle
will soon follow...
thanks again and happy new year to everyone!
Toby Thain wrote:
> On 18-Dec-07, at 8:36 AM, groups spamtrap wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> i fear this could be a bit offtopic, if it is so, please ignore this
>> I'm in the need of finding a good Oracle PL/SQL development
>> environment (for windows); the most important feature is the
>> compatibility with at least the most basic operations of subversion.
> What do you expect from the IDE? Eclipse might be adaptable for your
> purpose; it has plugins for Subclipse (comprehensive Subversion
> integration) and various database related activities. At a minimum you
> should be able to get syntax highlighting...
>> An alternative could be the use of some kind of "proxy" to make
>> "almost compatible" several commercial tools (like toad (*)) that at
>> this point support only the legacy SCC semistandard or CVS.
>> I know (...googling) that a dll proxy from pushok does exactly that
>> for SCC but haven't tried yet.
>> Does something like that (a translating proxy) exist for CVS, maybe
>> Is it possible to install a cvs server that can be "somewhat"
>> synchronized to svn? how, post-commit handlers?
>> The problem is that I'm completely clueless... can you give me any
>> hint? It would be really appreciated...
>> as said, priorities:
>> 1. compatibility with "basic svn"
>> 2. good tool
>> 3. preferably "non closed source"
>> thanks in advance
>> * ironically enough, toad for sqlserver (microsoft tech...) it seems
>> to support svn ....
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