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Using CVS command line in Eclipse?

Amandeep Singh
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when using cvs inside eclipse, it is working ok. In the console, i can see the CVS command's that are fired.

Is there a option to issue manually CVS command's in eclipse-?


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Tim Holloway
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You could install a command shell plugin into Eclipse and type them on command lines. But that seems kind of pointless, since Eclipse already has most of the really commands wired to "Team" menu functions. For the remaining ones, I always just opened a command-line shell window from my GUI desktop.


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Amandeep Singh
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Using windows client means installing the client plugin-i can't do this now.

So by understanding without installing eclipse command shell plugin, not possible to use command line cvs client.
 
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