Mark Phippard wrote:
>> Release notes are saying that svn client 1.2 is required. So, it is
>>unclear if Subclipse installation has dependency on any external svn
>>client install or it is self-sufficient.
> Ahh. I just assume people who are already using Subclipse know this.
> Sorry. The homepage covers this too, I guess not clearly enough. On
> Windows, we provide everything you need. On other platforms, you need to
> provide it.
By the way, what is this empty win32.jar in
org.tigris.subversion.javahl.win32 plugin? Is it just a leftover from
>> For the record, this "Commit Sets" feature is one of the big things
>>that makes eclipse CVS support so different form other IDE.
> Personally, I would find the concept terribly confusing and couldn't see
> using it. Maybe I am thinking of something else. Hasn't this feature only
> existed since 3.1 M3/M4? I thought the Eclipse CVS support since the 2.x
> series has been pretty good.
I don't remember when exactly it had been added. In 3.1M2 they've
added outgoing commit sets, which could be confusing, but may appear
handy if you get use to it. I was referring to incoming commit sets
(grouping changes with the same comment), which probably was in 3.0.
Received on Tue May 24 11:37:52 2005