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  1. Working with SVN in Eclipse

    by , 02-29-2012 at 11:26 AM
    In a team work environment, using a version control system has been becoming standard approach to foster collaboration among team members, increase productivity, centralize resources management, reduce risks and development time…Subversion (SVN) is a version control system which is very popular and widely used in software development, and Subclipse is an Eclipse plug-in that supports Subversion within the Eclipses IDE. Subclipse has been widely used to develop Java projects in Eclipse IDE for team-oriented ...
  2. Svn revert

    by , 06-02-2011 at 07:16 PM (My Java Tips)
    You must have used SVN while working in a team on a Java project. In this post, Ill write about 'revert' command.

    Let me present a scenario. You made some changes in a class and now you realize that the changes are not required/not correct. You wish to discard your changes. You have to use svn revert to discard your changes.

    Java Code:
    $ svn revert foo.java
    Reverted foo.java
    Following switches are available:

    Java Code:
    --targets
    ...
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    Subversion
  3. 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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    Subversion