New versions of Subversive and FastTrack released for Eclipse

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News: New versions of Subversive and FastTrack released for Eclipse

  1. Polarion Software has announced the release of new versions of Subversive, its open source Subversion client for Eclipse, and also of FastTrack, its free tracker plugin for Eclipse (which includes Subversive). The newly released versions of the tools support different Eclipse versions and are now available for download at the URLs shown below: ECLIPSE 3.2: Download Subversive 1.1.0: http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project=subversive Download FastTrack 1.1.0: http://powerversion.com/downloads/fasttrack/1.1.0/ ECLIPSE 3.1: Download Subversive 1.0.4: http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=download&project=subversive Download FastTrack 1.0.4: http://powerversion.com/downloads/fasttrack/1.0.4/ For additional information about both products, visit the Polarion Community web site at http://www.polarion.org
  2. Just installed it in eclipse. Looks very nice. I wonder is it better than subclipse.
  3. I switched from Subclipse to Subversive a few months ago and I've been very happy. Congratulations Subversive team on a solid release!
  4. Subversive[ Go to top ]

    I'm a subversive user as well. A nice polished interface with lots of features and options for the user. Mike
  5. What does Subversive do that Subversion doesn't? What does it do better? I'd like to see a comparison of the two. Subversion is OK, but has some problems I've encountered. Is Subversive worth checking out?
  6. What does Subversive do that Subversion doesn't? What does it do better?
    Subversion is the actual server-product with a command line client. Subversive is an eclipse plug-in.
  7. Subversive is a client to a Subversion server. It makes checking in and checking out of a subversion repository really nice. The integration with Eclipse is very slick.
  8. Subversive is a client to a Subversion server. It makes checking in and checking out of a subversion repository really nice. The integration with Eclipse is very slick.
    Adam, This is a plain empty talk and has no substance. Can't you say anything more sensible than that to convince me it's worth the time to go download that darn thing and give it a spin? Jan
  9. OK, so I've read the mission statement: http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=why2&project=subversive I've interpreted that it was not optimal for them to code a plugin using the framework of subclipse and that coding their own plugin allowed them to reuse code from other projects. However, I'm still stuck at figuring out what subversive would do better than subclipse (other than it has a cooler name). I've installed both (a few months ago, on different machines) and didn't notice any highly significant differences. However, I'm just a developer, not a release engineer. My subversion usage rarely involves anything beyond checking out, updating, and committing code. (Unfortunately, most of the projects I have to work on are hosting on perforce anyway...I'd kill for a plugin as good as subversive for perforce) Does Subversive do anything better for ordinary developers? Does Subversive do anything better for release engineers or "power" svn-users? I have no loyalty to either. Just wondering which I should install the next time I setup eclipse on a new machine. Subclipse seems just fine. What am I missing out on by not running subversive?
  10. I've used both Subclipse and Subversive, and have found the following: 1) Neither Subclipse nor Subversive started out working with my Subversion server which requires a PKI certificate. Subclipse would not fix the problem, but Subversive did. 2) In my opinion, Subversive feels more native with eclipse than Subclipse does. 3) Subversive's proposal (http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/subversive/) to become part of the core eclipse platform has been accepted as an eclipse project, but Subclipse's (http://www.eclipse.org/proposals/svn/) has not. -Chris
  11. As far as I known, there is integration between Mylar and Subclipse, how about Mylar and Subversive integration? Best regards, Chee Kin -- No extensible language will be universal. T. Cheatham
  12. Mylar integration[ Go to top ]

    Subversive has an integration with Mylar as well as with Fast Track, Buckminster and ProjectSet plugins. You can get more info in Mylar integration Quickstart: http://www.polarion.org/index.php?page=mylar&project=subversive Best regards, Igor Vinnykov Subversive Team
  13. It's just a GUI subversion client, right? Nothing really all that exciting. I'm interested in it because I'm trying to sell my team on subversion and I think I'll have a hard time without a gui.