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AW: New to Versioning - Need help selecting

From: Alblas Huibert <Huibert.Alblas_at_metro-cc.de>
Date: 2004-05-21 10:13:25 CEST

We'v ebeen using the subclipse (subversion for eclipse) plugin
for about 2 month over here.
Eclipse verion 2.1.x and Eclipse 3M7 on both Linux and win32.

The repository is svnserve on debian testing.

Both subversion and the eclipse plugin are working
way beyond our expectations.

There are a few quirks while working in eclpise/subversion,
but most of them surface becasue one thinks things should be done "like
but the plugin designer though it is done "like that".

My experience with subclipse is that as lonkg as you stay
within the eclpse enviroment (not just to programm, but for fileoperations
you can't go wrong.
If you start to mix command line svn, eclipse, and bash-file-operations
in the smae project, you should be prepared.

BTW afaik the plugin does not fully work with the eclipse3 M8 and above.
The tram API has changed, and is not documented (well) at the moment.
I heard it will be solved as soon as
- the documentation for the team-api is out
- some who understands the new team api ports subclipse to the new api

Anyway, using Eclipse wit subversion for java development
works like a charm for our team here.

Greetings from germany,

Huihert Alblas

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Brad Cox [mailto:bcox@virtualschool.edu]
Gesendet: Freitag, 21. Mai 2004 01:24
An: Eric Everman; users@subversion.tigris.org
Betreff: Re: New to Versioning - Need help selecting

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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