When will we get working subversion support????

Hey isn't it time to get build in support for subversion?

The plugin is not working properly and does not support all the features. I would like to have svn support that is as easy to use as CVS.

Also, it would be nice to get build in support for patch.
I really miss that feature of eclipse.

Any thoughts?

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When will we get working subversion support????

In released 5.0 for sure!!!!

Irida EAP builds have embedded SVN support. It's in early work though.

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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hey isn't it time to get build in support for subversion?

The plugin is not working properly and does not support all the
features. I would like to have svn support that is as easy to use as
CVS.

Also, it would be nice to get build in support for patch. I really
miss that feature of eclipse.

Any thoughts?




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>> When will we get working subversion support????


In released 5.0 for sure!!!!


;)

<shameless-plug>
Yaroslav, maybe you like to take a look at SmartSVN EAP
(http://www.smartsvn.com/smartsvn/eap.html). IDEA and SmartSVN are using
both Alexander Kitaev's excellent JavaSVN library. It does not yet support
everything, which is supported by svn.exe, but we can work with it on a
daily base.
</shameless-plug>

Tom

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Thomas Singer (MoTJ) wrote:
>>> When will we get working subversion support????
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>> In released 5.0 for sure!!!!


;)

<shameless-plug>
Yaroslav, maybe you like to take a look at SmartSVN EAP
(http://www.smartsvn.com/smartsvn/eap.html). IDEA and SmartSVN are using
both Alexander Kitaev's excellent JavaSVN library. It does not yet
support everything, which is supported by svn.exe, but we can work with
it on a daily base.
</shameless-plug>

Tom


Right here we use Tortoise (http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/). Not related
to an IntelliJ plugin but is nicely integrated with Windows Explorer
(forgive me in advance if you're not a Windows person).

Amnon

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Don't get me wrong - I would love the built in support to mature.

Amnon

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Tortoise is great for windows. But at home i prefer Mac. So some tool that will integrate with my IDE whould be nice.

I will try JavaSVN. Thanx for the tip.

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I will try JavaSVN.


JavaSVN is the library, SmartSVN the application.

Tom

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Hi,

i am using it too with IntelliJ but its mainly a refactoring nightmare
because if you refactor your code like renaming or moving classes, you
do it outside of TortoiseSVN and on next commit you will have a
remove/add file instead of a subversion rename with all the consequences
when it comes to history.

I am really looking forward to have the same level of integration as
with CVS which i will hopefully never use in my life again ;)

Amnon I. Govrin wrote:
> Right here we use Tortoise (http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/). Not
related

to an IntelliJ plugin but is nicely integrated with Windows Explorer
(forgive me in advance if you're not a Windows person).

Amnon

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Marc Logemann wrote:

i am using it too with IntelliJ but its mainly a refactoring nightmare
because if you refactor your code like renaming or moving classes, you
do it outside of TortoiseSVN and on next commit you will have a
remove/add file instead of a subversion rename with all the consequences
when it comes to history.


Native SVN support in the EAP series is starting to take shape. I can't
wait for the next EAP release as Ollesya (sp?) has been resolving SVN
issues left right and center...

Mark

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will the new SVN plugin be backward compatible with 4.5 or will we have to upgrade to 5.0?

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will the new SVN plugin be backward compatible with 4.5

No

new SVN plugin uses lot of new API and new functionality added past 4.5 release.

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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

will the new SVN plugin be backward compatible with 4.5 or will we
have to upgrade to 5.0?




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I'll assume this is just an incomplete feature, but it would be beyond great if performing a "move" refactoring performed a subversion move. Currently, it just adds it to the new location and your subversion database now has two unrelated copies in two places.

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On Wed, 16 Mar 2005 19:44:51 +0300, mhunsicker wrote:

I'll assume this is just an incomplete feature, but it would be beyond
great if performing a "move" refactoring performed a subversion move.
Currently, it just adds it to the new location and your subversion
database now has two unrelated copies in two places.


This is fixed in the upcoming EAP ( scheduled for the 19th I believe...
eagerly awaiting that build...

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CVSNT has added support for a real "cvs rename" feature that works basically the same way as in subversion.

http://www.cvsnt.org/manual/html/Moving-files.html

TortoiseCVS has added support for that as well.

http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1077523&group_id=48103&atid=451975

It's something that people want so badly that I'll bet it will be in every CVS client within a year.

It would be great if this could be added quickly to the IDEA CVS plugin as well. Any chance of that happening?

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