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From "Mark A. Carlson" <Mark.Carl...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: IDE support in the repository
Date Fri, 29 Aug 2008 20:50:43 GMT
Sounds good. Maybe we can do one for NetBeans also ;-)

-- mark

Neeraj Joshi wrote:
> I suggest we upload the the eclipse specific files in a zip format and 
> make it available via the website (perhaps the development section) that 
> way 
> the SVN is still unbiased and the developers have easy access to the 
> project information. What do you guys think?
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> Thanks
> Neeraj
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> David Wood/Watson/IBM@IBMUS 
> 08/29/2008 10:37 AM
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> I suspect all of us are using some sort of IDE to develop.  With this in 
> mind, I think it would help us all be more productive if we can find a way 
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> to include support for the IDEs in the SVN repository?  I'm using Eclipse, 
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> but  wouldn't want to push that on anyone and hope we could support 
> multiple IDEs.  In the case of Eclipse, I think it may be as simple as 
> building a .project and .classpath file into the right directory.  I've 
> had success in creating two projects for the imperius-splcore and 
> imperius-javaspl directories.  I don't believe these files would otherwise 
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> disrupt the existing build/development process, but correct me if I'm 
> wrong.  Does this strategy work for other IDEs?  Do people have another 
> suggestion for how we might accomplish IDE support?  How to proceed?
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> David Wood 
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