|Re: Merge tracking [message #9826 is a reply to message #9806]
||Fri, 26 October 2007 17:54
Originally posted by: dserodio.gmail.com|
Philippe Ombredanne wrote:
> "Yvan BARTHÉLEMY" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> Subclipse will not have it, it will be only released as a commercial
> Yvan: Thanks for the pointer, but that is nothing new. The point is that
> merge tracking in subclipse will NOT be open source afaik.
> Note that Subversive is no better there. There is no community, they
> maintain a project elsewhere, and none from the project team asnwers
> questions here.
The fact that Subclipse won't have this feature should be enough to
motivate Polarion to offer it in Subversive. Then one of the "open
source Subversion for Eclipse plugins" would have a real benefit over
Then again, they don't seem very "open" about Subversive development...
|Re: Merge tracking [message #10051 is a reply to message #9806]
||Tue, 30 October 2007 13:09
| Igor Vinnykov
Registered: July 2009
First of all I want to reply on the first question - yes, we will add merge
tracking support to Subversive and already started to work on this feature
(take a look to 1.2 stream at polarion.org).
I also want to announce that togther with Eclipse Foundation we finally
found solution for licensing problems, which previously blocked us to
migrate project here from polarion.org. It means that now Subversive is an
official project under Eclipse umbrella. I think that it's a good sign for
all people interested in Eclipse and SVN. We have big plans for this project
and want to push it forward as fast as we can.
"Philippe Ombredanne" <email@example.com>
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