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From "Daniel Florey" <>
Subject AW: Migrate to SVN?
Date Tue, 30 Nov 2004 22:43:45 GMT

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> Im Auftrag von Brett Porter
> Gesendet: Samstag, 27. November 2004 00:28
> An: Jakarta Commons Developers List
> Betreff: Re: Migrate to SVN?
> Stephen Colebourne wrote:
> >My main reason is that SVN does not appear to be that widely adopted yet.
> A
> >sign that the time has come to migrate would be when Eclipse/Idea ships
> with
> >SVN support built in.
> >
> IDEA's current EAP cycle has included support OOTB. I haven't tried it
> yet though...
> >At the moment, I fear we may just scare off some
> >potential users/contributers.
> >
> >
> Good point. How much will this affect commons as a whole? Are there any
> particular components that are receiving a lot of user contributions?
> I personally think they'll figure it out if we have reasonable SVN
> documentation to help them out.
> The reverse is also true. Folks can now get access to SVN behind a
> corporate proxy, where with CVS an SSH tunnel is nearly impossible to
> attain and pserver only slightly easier.

Did you manage to work with subclipse behind a proxy? I've had some long
discussions with the (big) custumer I'm currently working for so that they
changed their proxy setting to let the delta-v stuff going through, but...
unfortunately subclipse seems not to support proxies?
But if this would work this is a big plus.
On the other hand subclipse is not yet as mature as cvs support in eclipse.
My working copy gets obscured all the time... confusing.


> Cheers,
> Brett
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