[e-lang] Source control for E?
john.carlson3 at sbcglobal.net
Thu May 11 21:37:32 EDT 2006
I think I've used subclipse, but all I did was check out a project.
My coworkers have used perforce with eclipse. I am including them
here, so if they have a comment, they can forward it to me, and
I will forward their messages to you. I found perforce useful from
the command line on Solaris, then would use the Perforce GUI on
windows for integrating changes. This was before my eclipse days.
I use the CVS plugin with eclipse, but I'm the only person working
on my project at this point. It could get more interesting over the
summer when I have a couple of summer students.
Miki, did your project decide to use Subversion?
On May 11, 2006, at 2:27 PM, Mark S. Miller wrote:
> After Dean's initial message, I haven't seen any discussion of IDE
> Since Eclipse has become the dominant open meta IDE platform, and
> since it is
> built to support integrated use of version control plugins, I tried
> to figure
> out which of the version control systems we're discussing are already
> supported by Eclipse plugins. If we ever build a serious IDE for E,
> guessing we'll probably build it as an Eclipse plugin. (Perhaps
> after taming
> the Eclipse plugin interface.)
> Lots, but I think we all agree CVS is disqualified on other grounds
> I couldn't find any.
> Unfortunately, the only one of these I have any experience with is
> the only
> one not relevant: A CVS plugin for Eclipse (which, btw, worked very
> well). If
> anyone does have any experience or opinions about any of these, or
> knows of
> any worth looking at that I've left out, please speak up. Thanks.
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