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TeamCity and Eclipse

Saulius Sinkunas
Greenhorn

Joined: May 18, 2005
Posts: 20
Hi,

One of strenghts of TeamCity is integration with IDE. What about Eclipse IDE? Are there any plans for integrating TeamCity with Eclipse? How strong that support would be? I see this feature (integration with IDE) as one of the killer features of TeamCity.

Thanks
Kirill Maximov
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Greenhorn

Joined: Nov 17, 2006
Posts: 18
Hello Saulius,

You're right, integration with IDE is a really strong point of TeamCity. And we are not only having plans, we're already working on Eclipse support for TeamCity. This support will include:

- Status of my changes checked into VCS (were they built, successful or not)
- Remote run functionality (run my changes from Eclipse IDE without commit to VCS). This will probably include option to commit the changes if build was successful (pre-tested commit)
- Possibility to open stacktrace of failed tests in Eclipse by a single click on Web interface

We plan to implement functionality like pre-tested commit for Subversion and (possibly) CVS.


Kirill Maximov<br />JetBrains, Inc.<br />http://www.jetbrains.com<br />"Develop with pleasure!"
 
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