|Re: Adding git management to CVS project? [message #668485 is a reply to message #668230]
||Thu, 05 May 2011 20:04
Registered: July 2009
Thanks for the reply Robin. It gave me a few ideas, and I have some other thoughts I'd like to bounce around.|
For starters, I'm on windows. And to my knowledge the cvs import/export doesn't work on windows, yet. I can mount a linux network share and do all of the eclipse look over the network, but that isn't always the best option.
Please forgive my newness, but the process you're talking about is something similar to the process described at http://issaris.blogspot.com/2005/11/cvs-to-git-and-back.html, right? That seems like a lot of management, which I'm trying to avoid.
I do like the idea of a separate project for my CVS view. If that project is a remote of where I actually do work, I can manage the CVS stuff from there and have the egit view as well. Of course, I still think it would be easier to get both plugins working on the same project.
These things can co-exist happily on the command line. Is there a limitation somewhere that prevents them from being overlapped in eclipse? Am I the only person that wants to work this way?
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