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Re: SVN over CVS

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-01-25 19:54:30 CET

On Jan 25, 2007, at 05:31, Erdinç Taşkın wrote:

> Hello. I have a Crosswork IDE that write embedded code . Crosswork
> IDE support Microsoft Visual SourceSafe, SourceGear SourceOffSite
> 3.5.1, and CVS. Can I use subversion with Crosswork IDE is it
> possible? Thanks ...

If you want to use the Crosswork IDE to manipulate a Subversion
working copy, Crosswork IDE will need to support Subversion. Talk to
the Crosswork IDE developers to discover whether such support exists.
Subversion does not respond to CVS commands, so any existing CVS
functionality in Crosswork IDE is irrelevant.

Note that you can of course use a different tool to manipulate the
working copy (such as TortoiseSVN on Windows, or the command-line
client on any OS) and still use your IDE -- just not for working copy-
related operations such as adding, removing or renaming files or

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