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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Multiple Team whatsits for one project?

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-01-23 20:39:14 CET

Denny Valliant <valliant@unm.edu> wrote on 01/23/2006 02:39:26 AM:

> I have a question... I'm slowly making a SFTP file transfer plugin,
> as I haven't found one that quite does what I'd like.
>
> I really liked the way the klomp.org one worked for eclipse 3.0 (doesn't

> work with > 3.0), so I'm leaning toward using the Team API.
>
> I need to be able to have the same project be accessable to both
> subversion and my yet to be created plugin.
>
> First off, is it even possible? I had seperate projects when I was
> running 3.0 and never tried mixing the ones I used SFTP on with the ones

> I had in subversion (I moved everything over, but now need to access
> some stuff via ssh again).
>
> Second, if it is possible to mix "Team" plugins in projects, what should

> I look out for when doing so?
>
> I'm wanking out the stuff that is downloadable from the team api section

> of the eclipse site but it always seems sorta out of date or something.

Have you looked at how the Eclipse FTP plugin does it? I seem to recall
it is done via the Synch view or something like that. I would recommend
modelling it on that plugin. Perhaps you could even start with that
plugin and try adding SFTP support to it. Eclipse already includes the
JSch SSH library for CVS EXTSSH support and it supports SFTP. So perhaps
you could just contribute it all to that plugin?

Mark

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