* Native support for binary files, with space-efficient binary-diff storage. Entire directory trees can be moved around and/or copied very quickly, and retain full revision history. * Full MIME support - the MIME Type of each file can be viewed or changed, with the software knowing which MIME types can have their differences from previous versions shown.
"Eclipse" is a Integrated Development Environment which provides the platform of developing Java/C . Now let's get started to prepare the development environment for Ubuntu (Dapper).
sudo gedit passwd -- [users] username = password #Just a couple of notes while following this: - I had to run svnadmin with sudo - the path for the xinetd svnserve conf file was "/etc/xinetd.d" (on my box anyway) - the second "server" is supposed to be "server_args" I think on a personal opinion note, I question whether the user should be 'root'. I created a user 'svn' and chown'ed the svn directory to svn and used user = svn in the svnserve conf file. Thanks for the HOW TO though, it started me on the right track. I edited /etc/xinetd.d/svnserve to be the following service svnserve and edited /etc/services to the following: svnserve 3690/tcp # Subversion protocol I've restarted /etc/init.d/xinetd restart, is say it stop and started again after the command. Is there a way to encrypt the password in the passwd file when using svnserve?
I have managed to get most of the part working but i am stuck at one point. I have managed to get it working as i can access IP) from my lan. Now i am stuck here i dont know how all my devs can work on the server which i have setup and use svn Thanks and regards Nikif anyone is interested, i've just spent ages trying to configure the following setup: -eclipse java development -pdt plugin (php development) -subclipse the solution i found was this: -install the set of sun-java5 packages in synaptic (search sun-java5, and i installed bin,demo,jdk,jre,plugin) -download eclipse 3.3.2 with PDT pre-installed from the PDT website (and simply unpack it and run it from that folder - no installation required) -forget about subclipse, and install subversive (very similar i think) from within eclipse; helpfind and install, and add these urls: NOTE: the second one is for the connectors and it is a requirement... Hi, I am using subclipse, I have one doubt regarding the feature 'Merging'.
Can anybody tell me how to use this option in eclipse. i would like to changes done in trunk folder to branch folder?? Some more information i have gathered as my requirements have changed (I now need to use 2 different versions of eclipse for some project compatibility reasons, as well as PDT for PHP development, CDT for C/C development and Subclipse for subversion).
Currently I'm busy at work developping applications though.. Currently I'm busy at work developping applications though.. It works perfect with authentication : D much better than using a svn ssh connection to make it safe for remote users.
I can access the svn from this url now : https://myserver/svn/projectx It also seems that I got the websvn working now. That way you can use htpasswd command to create hashed passwords that can be used in svn access.
Step1: Installing the plug-in (subclipse) Launch eclipse and go to : help-search for new features Then press "new remote site" and add " Then follow the instraction to install the plugin. page=overview&project=subversive) which acts as Subversion and now I have no problems. Regarding the subversion problem in svnserve.conf: kindly mention how you start the svnserve daemon... It is better to create the new repository (svnadmin create) with --fs-type=fsfs. Subclipse with javahl has problems..I try to use file protocol to configure a remote host in subclipse, that url gets appended after the eclipse installation folder, e.g, if I specify file:///subversion_repositories/repository1, subclipse using javahl tries to go to /home/leo/eclipse/file/subversion_repositories/repository1, which is not a valid path, assume eclipse was installed at /home/leo/eclipse.
Step2: Install library needed for subversion from eclipse sudo apt-get install libsvn-javahl Step3: Grance at subversion perspective Follow this then you can see the svn perspective :-D window- create remote folder [Server - Subversion] There are 2 simple ways to use subversion. Developers says that it's possible to use both together. IMHO, it is better to use javasvn than the javahl: it can be configured in Windows|Preferences (and then choose settings for subclipse). svnserve -d should preferably be run with a -r as well, to specify the repository-root clearly; and to have consistent behaviour irrespective of which directory you were in when you ran this command. Where possible, even if access to a repository has been granted using svn:// and file:///, then file:/// should be preferred over svn://, which should be preferred over purely from a performance point of view.1.Then I did sudo apt-get install libsvn-javahl I restarted eclipse and tried to view the subversion perspective and eclipse crashed. Here is a link to the error log: seem to be having the same problem as Innova -- maybe something has broken recently in the repository.I tried the suggestion by Nicky726 - but this isn't really a solution, subclipse doesn't crash, but it also doesn't seem to have all the functionality.For him, everything in the repository opens in eclipse as read only. CVS is an utility used to keep track of the history of files that you (and possibly other people) are utilizing.# All the modified or additional information will be updated on this post in order for everyone to get alwasys up-to date information. Here is the how-to for setting up the subversion client with eclipse and the server. Interrupted commit operations do not cause repository inconsistency or corruption.