Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 13th Jul 2006 16:47 UTC, submitted by anonymous
General Development From the beginning, Eclipse included tight integration with the Concurrent Versions System in order to provide access to change-management capabilities. Now, many projects - notably those run by the Apache Software Foundation - are using a different change-management system: Subversion. This article demonstrates how to add Subversion support to Eclipse and how to perform basic version-control activities from the IDE.
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Its a Pity...
by shotsman on Thu 13th Jul 2006 17:28 UTC
shotsman
Member since:
2005-07-22

That both subversion & cvsnt are such a pain to get working on Windows.
The client side is ok but the underlying server is not so easy/clean.
It can be made to work but both don't work OOTB/after install. If this was there then the adoption of this feature would be much wider.

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RE: Its a Pity...
by bakanekov3 on Thu 13th Jul 2006 18:46 in reply to "Its a Pity..."
bakanekov3 Member since:
2005-07-06

I don't know what problems you had, but I had no problems with getting subversion server working out of the box on Windows, then Apache to front it.

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RE[2]: Its a Pity...
by Mitarai on Thu 13th Jul 2006 18:54 in reply to "Its a Pity..."
Mitarai Member since:
2005-07-28

Neather I, SVS installed in about 5 steps w/o a problem, CVS by the other hand it wasn't easy at all.

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RE: Its a Pity...
by chrish on Fri 14th Jul 2006 13:57 in reply to "Its a Pity..."
chrish Member since:
2005-07-14

I grabbed the binaries from the Subversion website and they installed easily into Apache 2 (grabbed from apache.org, naturally). For the client side on Windows, I'm using the Subversion build from Cygwin.

When I used CVS, I was using the Cygwin server via inetd, etc. and it was a bit of a pain to set up; if you Google up "Cygwin CVS" you should find a how-to about setting it up. Similarly, there's a good sshd how-to for Cygwin out there, too.

- chrish

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