There is a chapter on third party tools that goes over the eclipse plugin for subversion (as stated above called subclipse). The plugins for IDE's are slow, but I would expect this will pick up soon as Subversion starts to work into more organizations...I think there is one for Idea comming shortly
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela: The book doesn't use any IDE.
Oops. Sorry. I confused Jeff's book with "Practical Subversion"...
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Have another IDE that support SubVersion ?
Java Developer, Thailand
Joined: Sep 25, 2000
IDE support for SVN exists for
Eclipse (via subclipse plugin)
IDEA (via svnup plugin now and built-in (also as a plugin?) to next version, in development)
VS.NET (via ankhsvn plugin)
I suggest checking http://scm.tigris.org for getting a feel for what plugins are available. Other projects likely exist elsewhere.
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gsvn - GTK GUI Client for the Subversion version control system
Joined: Oct 15, 2002
There is also a Subversion profile for Netbeans 4.0 (I don't know about compatibility with other Netbeans versions). I have used it a bit, but I cannot claim to understand it well. It is part of the VCS Generic module. See this link for more info.
Philip Shanks, SCJP - Castro Valley, CA
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Is there a plug-in for JBuilder X or above?
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I haven't found such a plugin neither heard of existing one till now. I have found instead a java library that will ease creating a new one: JavaSVN (if i am not wrong).