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  1. Subclipse

    by , 11-22-2011 at 05:41 PM (My Java Tips)
    Consider that you are working on a large/medium size Java project in teams. This is an ideal scenario for using Subversion to distribute and maintain source code. Good news is that you can use integrate your source code with Subversion within Eclipse environment.


    An Eclipse plugin called Subclipse is to be used for integrating source code with Subversion within Eclipse environment. You may download Subclipse from:
    http://subclipse.tigris.org/download.html

    Once ...
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  2. Subclipse - Checkout

    by , 05-25-2011 at 10:02 AM (My Java Tips)
    Subclipse is a popular SVN plugin for Eclipse. This post is about how to do checkout using Subclipse.

    You will check out code from the trunk or branch of a project. First configure your repositories. Open the SVN Repository Perspective and then open the contents of the repository where your project is located. Locate the trunk/ or branch/ directory in the project and right-click the trunk/ directory or branch/ directory, and choose Checkout from the context-menu. You will be see a ...
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  3. Committing code in Subversion

    by , 05-25-2011 at 10:00 AM (My Java Tips)
    Committing means persisting your changes. You may commit one file or multiple files at once.

    Subclipse makes committing easy and simple. When a file is modified, Subclipse displays an icon next to the file name (asterisk) which indicates that your local copy is different from what was in the repository
    when the file was checked out. This helps you know what to commit. Remember, if you create a new file, it will have a different icon(a small question-mark). The "changed" ...
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