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Re: New to Versioning - Need help selecting

From: Illya Kysil <ikysil_at_ua.fm>
Date: 2004-05-21 09:57:47 CEST

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
> repository?
TortoiseSVN may fit you if your dev. platform is Windows.
Integrates nice with Explorer & automatically processes added/deleted files.

I'm using it for non-Java projects. I use NetBeans+svn module+command line for
Java projects. The only thing you need to check with your IDE is how it
processes 'special' folders (.svn)? You should be able to exclude them from,
e.g., WAR.

Illya Kysil, software developer
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