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RE: SVN and Dreamweaver

From: Jonathan Chum <jchum_at_aismedia.com>
Date: 2005-05-09 14:51:34 CEST

I wasn't impressed with it either. There wasn't built in buttons into
Dreamweaver where I could push out changes to the repository at once like
I'm publishing to the production server. Everything was a right click action
away which got really old, really quick. I stuck with TortoiseSVN instead.

I'm a PHP developer and so what I found really worked great was PHPEclipse
with Subclipse plugin. Works similar to the CVS plugin and really content
with the results so far. With a dual display, I can keep Dreamweaver on one
screen with the design view mode on or while I'm editing HTML content
related items, then on another window, I have Eclipse running which I can
code/test and manage the SVN repository within the IDE.

What I am looking forward to is the v1.2 SVN release later this month which
will feature full locking support for WebDav clients which means Dreamweaver
should work just fine if you are using WebDav as the mode of publishing. The
only downside is that a few weeks back, none of the Release Candidates have
shown any signs that it works together with DMX yet. I just hope that the
issue is resolved before it goes final.

Jonathan Chum
Systems Developer

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jim Priest [mailto:jim.priest@clickculture.com]
Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 8:41 AM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: RE: SVN and Dreamweaver

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andy Jarrett [mailto:andy.jarrett@gmail.com]

> Has anyone tried using SVN for Dreamweaver 1.0
> (http://www.grafxsoftware.com/product.php/SVN_for_Dreamweaver_10/135/)
> for web work. Im currently using TortiseSVN to checkout my projects
> but just wondering if anyone has any experience using this?

I've downloaded the 'trial' version. I wasn't too impressed. It seems like
some kind of shell that sends stuff to the command line and I never really
got it working 100%.

I've since switched to CFEclipse and Subclipse which work much better
together.

Jim

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