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Re: Subclipse Progress?

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-06-16 02:15:06 CEST

Curtis Spencer <thorin@gmail.com> wrote on 06/15/2004 07:00:28 PM:

> It seems like they are linking with subversion .37, which I don't
> know is a problem or not. I tried using it and I can't get an
> accurate diff in the Repository Perspective, but I can get one in Java
> View. Should I try building this plugin from the source? Also the
> console continues to pop up because it is using the svn command line.
> Is there anything I should do?

Subclipse has its own mailing lists and archives where it would be more
appropriate to ask these questions.

The web site is just out of date and in the process of being updated.
0.37==1.0 and is compatible with 1.0.5. Regardless, all you have to do is
replace the javahl files with the latest ones on the download page to
update the Subversion functionality. In the latest builds this is more
obvious as javahl is placed in its own plugin which can be updated
independent of thes plugins for the UI and core.

The latest builds of Eclipse 3.0 finally slipped in the new and final Team
API's and this broke a couple of features, specifically involving
compares. This will be fixed in time as the Eclipse team gets the docs in
place for the API and the code can be written to use the new API. The
good news is that what the Eclipse team did was refactor their great CVS
integration so that more of the UI would become "API" that could be used
by other team providers. So there is a lot of possibility to get really
good integration and UI, it will just take time to write the code to fit
into the semantics of the API.

All of the other functionality works, and if you are using Eclipse 2.1.x
you can just use the version of Eclipse and get basically all of
the features that existed.

There are also RapidSVN and some other cross platform GUI's for SVN if you
do not specifically need Eclipse functionality.


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