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Eclipse SVN plug-ins switching

Igor Dvorzhak
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Joined: Jul 23, 2010
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I have Eclipse with two svn plug-ins installed: Subclipse and Subversive
How can I switch between them, without uninstalling any of them?

The problem in that I want to use Subclipse, but it treats CSS files as binary during annotation, thus I want switch to the Subversive before annotating CSS files.
Is it possible?
Tim Holloway
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I use subclipse and I've never notice CSS being treated as binary. Usually there's a set of rules for determining whether a file is treated as binary or text, so you might want to look into how they are set on your machine.


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