> .. Regards, Abhi
> On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 3:33 PM, Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com> wrote:
> >> On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 3:21 PM, Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com> wrote:
> >> >> I am an Oracle Developer and I use "Oracle SQL Developer" IDE a lot.
> >> was
> >> >> wondering if anyone would be kind enough to refer me the setup
> >> of
> >> >> integrating Subversion with Oracle SQL Developer.
> >> >> Thank you,
> >> >> Abhi
> >> >
> >> > Is that a Windows tool? If so, does it support the SCC providers?
> >> >
> >> > If yes to both of those you could try Ankha
> >> > http://ankhsvn.open.collab.net/
> >> AnkhSVN is not a Windows SCC provider. It is an integration
> >> specifically for modern versions of Visual Studio.
> > That used to be true... but from the project web site:
> > In February 2008 the decision was made to rewrite the AnkhSVN engine to
> create a full Source Code Control Package (SCC) for Visual Studio 2005,
> 2008 and later on top of the new SharpSvn library. The new engine will be
> the base of the new 2.X releases which saw its initial release in June
> 2008. This new version integrates deeply in Visual Studio to give better
> performance, stability and usability. The new Pending Changes window gives
> an up-to-date overview of all your project actions and provides easy
> access to most subversion commands.
> You are confusing this usage of (SCC) with the old Microsoft Source
> Code Control Interface (MSSCCI) which was the API that a lot of older
> IDE's used to implement so that Source Safe worked with them.
> From the FAQ:
> Can I use AnkhSVN 2.X as MSSCCI provider in applications other than
> Visual Studio?
> No, AnkhSVN 2.x implements the newer SCC implementation for Visual
> Studio 2005 and later. The older MSSCCI implementation forced all
> implementations to use the check-out check-in idiom (including making
> files read-only).
> The newer VAPI SCC implementation implemented by AnkhSVN 2.x doesn't
> have these limitations and allows our implementation to integrate
> deeper in Visual Studio.
Hmm... I wasn't aware there was a new SCC provider spec. Interesting.
Received on 2010-03-04 21:44:11 CET