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RE: Advice on transition from Tortoise to Subclipse

From: Rusk, Patrick <PRusk_at_wellington.com>
Date: 2004-02-24 21:00:32 CET


        You shouldn't need to get rid of TortoiseSVN at all. They are
complementary tools.

        The best thing Subclipse does (IMHO) is keep track of refactoring
operations that you do in Subclipse. It will generally issue the proper
move commands, for instance, if you rename or move a class. If it just did
that, it would be invaluable and sufficient for me.

        I use TortoiseSVN to do just about everything else. No way do you
want to get rid of it. It's as cool as the other side of the pillow.

Patrick Rusk

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Miller [mailto:millerzone2003@stgabe.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2004 2:49 PM
To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Subject: Advice on transition from Tortoise to Subclipse

I got started with TortoiseSVN a few months ago, version 0.22.1 based on
SVN 0.33.1. I was using it under Eclipse. Probably I did not learn it
well enough, but when Eclipse and my SVN changes started to seem out of
whack, AND I read about Subclipse, I just stopped using Tortoise.

Now I'm at a short break in my development schedule, and I'd like to
move to Subclipse. I would appreciate advice about how to back out of
Tortoise before installing Subclipse. I can't imaging having all of the
Tortoise file system stuff hanging around will do me any good.

Just realized that I should probably be asking this question on the
Tortoise list, which I will, but perhaps someone on this list has been
through the same process. Any wisdom will be much appreciated.
Received on Wed Feb 25 07:00:32 2004

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