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Re: New to Versioning - Need help selecting

From: Brad Cox <bcox_at_virtualschool.edu>
Date: 2004-05-21 01:23:56 CEST

There's a subversion plugin for the Eclipse IDE that claims to do
what you want. Flakey in my experience, but YMMV.

At 5:47 PM -0500 5/20/04, Eric Everman wrote:
>I'm new to versioning and am trying to choose a package to use for
>Java development at a USGS branch. We use the JDeveloper IDE for
>development, which has built-in extensions for CVS and Oracle's SCM.
>It seems clear that there are shortcomings in CVS. It also seems
>that Oracle is not recommending it's own SCM for JDeveloper. So,
>I'm looking...
>Subversion sounds great, but without a plugin for the IDE usage
>seems impracticle. Correct me if I'm wrong, but would Subversion
>require me to do an svn add/delete/move/copy for *every* file that I
>need to do this type of operation to? In the process of developing
>a web application, I can easily add/delete/move/copy 20-30 files a
>day! Is there any way to check out a copy, add/delete/move files
>via non-subversive methods, then have those changes ripple up to the
>Thanks in Advance,
>Eric Everman

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