Subversive is a pure Java Eclipse plug-in that provides Subversion (SVN) support. From a user's point of view, it provides Subversion support similar to CVS support, which is already part of the standard Eclipse platform. Besides functionality, it offers good usability and nice user interface.
|Tags||Software Development Version Control Subversion|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Compatibility with Eclipse 3.3 and Mylyn was added. SVN menu and toolbar buttons were added. Global shortcut keys for SVN actions were added. SVNKit was upgraded to version 1.1.2. JavaMail was upgraded to version 1.4. A set of bugfixes was applied.
Release Notes: Integration with Eclipse 3.2 History View was added. A feature to revert and delete any file on the commit dialog was added. The Eclipse 3.2 IFileHistoryProvider interface was implemented. Mylar integration was enhanced. A feature to copy/paste from SVN history was added. A feature to remove unversioned files during reverting was added. Project dependencies were refined.
Release Notes: SVN 1.4 support was added. The ability to switch the SVN client library to the latest JavaHL and SVNKit was added. svn:externals support was added along with automatic recognition of repository structure (TRUNK, BRANCHES, TAGS). A feature for checking out into existing projects was added (like in CVS). BugTraq properties support was added and performance was improved.
Release Notes: This release adds a feature to freeze svn:externals in TAG. All string resources have been prepared for internationalization. Duplicated objectContribution IDs have been fixed. Conflict editor failure in open operation has been fixed. An NPE in HistoryView and an NPE in the Checkout As operation have been fixed.
Release Notes: A feature to export and import Subversive preferences was added. A feature to export and import automatic properties was added. A Japanese localization was added. The API to checkout into existing projects like in CVS was changed. An SSH port problem was fixed. Problems with svn:ignore were fixed. Problems with refactoring were fixed. Other problems were fixed.