--- "Deadman, Hal" <Hal.Deadman@Tallan.com> wrote:
> I am not advocating one big Eclipse project. I don't
> see how moving a
> file from one source tree to another is that
> difficult. You would
> typically be moving code developed for a product
> that has been deemed
> generally useful so you move it to a project for a
> common or shared
I think it's just a different philosophy. We try to
practice collective code ownership and treat all code
under version control as "generally useful" and
potentially "shared code". These aren't open source
projects so the same forces don't apply.
This isn't the place to debate coding philosophy, so
I'll bow out unless someone else has a suggestion
about how we can use Subclipse in our environment.
Thanks to everyone for the help.
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Received on Tue Apr 5 14:41:24 2005