Category Archives: eclipse

Subversive likely to become the official Subversion plugin for Eclipse

In a previous post, I mentioned the competition between Subclipse and Subversive, two Eclipse plugins that provide integration with Subversion, a Source Code Management system, to become the official Subversion plugin under Eclipse. I’m a bit late on this, but … Continue reading

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Annoying default SVN client in Subversive

Subversive is one of the two Subversion plugins for Eclipse (the other is, of course, Subclipse). At each installation of Eclipse, I try to switch from one to the other. Today, I’ve installed Eclipse 3.3RC1 along with Subversive 1.1.2. When … Continue reading

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Eclipse-Subversion Integration: Secrets Wars

Did you know there were 2 Eclipse plugins for Subversion? Neither did I, until this morning. The leader is still Subclipse. Runner-up is Subversive. Being a credible alternative when it was released, mildly insulting words were exchanged; the Subversive team … Continue reading

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Format On Save Plugin For Eclipse

I’m writing this post as a future reminder for myself… This plugin is damn hard to find when you are looking for it. All it does is automatically format and organize import statements in your Java classes each time you … Continue reading

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