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RE: Subversion advocacy

From: Rusk, Patrick <PRusk_at_wellington.com>
Date: 2004-01-12 22:47:54 CET

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> TortoiseSVN is very popular. Subclipse is getting there.
> Both are active projects.

        Careful that you don't oversell Subclipse there.

        TortoiseSVN is kept up-to-date with release versions and new
features extremely well by a very active developer.

        Subclipse publicly seems like a dormant project. It's only when you
access its repository itself that you find that there is still a small
amount of active development on it. Creating a working version for whatever
is the latest Subversion/Eclipse 3.0M? version has been a major chore.

        When you've got a working version of Subclipse, though, it's a great
addition to the toolset.

Patrick Rusk

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Received on Mon Jan 12 22:49:10 2004

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