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From "Daniel Florey" <>
Subject Re: Migrate to SVN?
Date Fri, 26 Nov 2004 08:24:52 GMT
I'm working with subversion (1.1.1)/subclipse/tortoiseSVN for a while now and I'm not completely
The subclipse plugin for eclipse is by far not as mature as the cvs support (no links supported
I was a little bit disappointed when I tried to use subclipse behind a proxy. I didn't managed
to use subclipse behind a proxy, even though I convinced the tech stuff at the customer I'm
currently working to enable the delta-v commands.
On the other hand the more people using it will make the community grow that works on subclipse/subversion.


"Jakarta Commons Developers List" <> schrieb am 25.11.04
> > > 6) should I just delete the /jakarta-commons-sandbox/email directory, or
> > > leave the folder and a note pointing to the promotion?  What about the
> > > website as well?  I think for [configuration] we just deleted both.
> > The ideal scenario would be to use "cvs delete" on all the sandbox
> > files, so that the original history is maintained there, but nobody
> > who checks out the sandbox (with "-dP" at least) will be bothered by
> > the files.
> The IDEAL situation would be to convert Jakarta Commons to SVN.  Can we
> PLEASE consider doing so?
> A lot of projects, including the HTTP Server project, have been migrating,
> as can be seen from  Jakarta and XML are
> definitely the laggards now.
> 	--- Noel
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