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Plugin for own IDE

Shankar sanjay
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Joined: Sep 14, 2009
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Hi,

We have our own IDE to develop projects in our company and we are using svn as repository. What we are planning is just add a button in IDE and save(push) the source code into svn. is there any existing plugin which can invoke when button click and save the source code in svn. or any better way to do this?, we are open to invoke ant script from Button and we are using java and maven. Can any one help on this?

vanlalhmangaiha khiangte
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Joined: Sep 11, 2006
Posts: 170
Hi Shankar,

If you are using maven then you can developed your own plugin from this link
I had done one plugin development in Netbeans, you can customize it a lot.. But not sure about your ide..
Maybe you can integrate your IDE with Maven ???

Regards,
Vanlal
Peter Johnson
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Why not just link your IDE button to a "svn commit" command? That should accomplish what you want. Of course that assume that you

Is your IDE based on Eclipse or NetBeans? If so then you can make use of the existing plugins to provide Subversion interfaces. (We use a third-party IDE at work for one specific project, but that IDE is based on Eclipse so we use the subclipse plugin for Subversion capabilities.)


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