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cvs plugin for deliver specifice defects

hani Ibrahim
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Joined: Sep 06, 2006
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Hi all,
does anyone knows plugins for cvs in eclipse to make deliver not all defects .only some of them .
i used to use clear case and clear quest. who uses them knows exactly what i miss in cvs

for more calrification:
if i have 4 defects and solve all in development and i want to deployed only war file with 2 of them for some reason.so what is the way for that by tool manage for cvs
please help.
Tim Holloway
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I think you need to get someone who is fluent in technical English to help you because I think that you're using the wrong words.

If what you are trying to do is take a project with changes in it and check in only some of the changes to CVS, do this:

Use the Team/Synchronize menu selection off the Project Navigator pop-up (right-click) menu to cause the project to compare itself against the CVS archive and open the CVS compare Perspective and View.

That should display a tree view of the project, showing only the parts of the project that are different from what is in the CVS archive.

You can now do 1 of 2 things:

1. Use selection highlighting to select the parts of the project that you want to update in CVS (commit). Use the right-mouse menu "Commit" command to commit them.

OR

2. Remove the parts of the project that you DO NOT want to commit from the tree display using the right-mouse menu "Remove From View" command, then commit the remaining displayed files.

CAUTION: Do not use the Delete key to remove files from the view, as the Delete key will also permanently delete the selected files from your project's file directories.


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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You may also need a branch so you can create a place in the repository that just fixes specific defects.


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