Although I'm not currently a contributor (solely due to time
constraints), I'll throw in my 2c anyway as we're using
Eclipse+Subclipse in a productioin environment.
Currently there is a native Java interface to Subversion that is used
Why doesn't Subclipse use this Java interface and therefore remove any
need for platform dependant releases of Subclipse?
If this works, then it would be far easier to track every Subversion
release with a relevant Subclipse release, not to mention make it easier
to release updates for previous Subclipse releases with bugfixes.
As an aside, has anyone updated the E2.1 compatible Subclipse release
with the bugfix for Subclipse committing with empty usernames and
failing to parse file history that has an empty username? Whilest not
the be all and end all, it has flow on effects for tracking etc.
Senior Software Engineer (HMI)
Thales ATM, Melbourne, Australia
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