|Re: Subversive - Integration with m2eclipse. [message #491599 is a reply to message #487914]
||Thu, 15 October 2009 08:17
| Mike Wilson
Registered: July 2009
I just installed Subversive and M2Eclipse and was also a bit confused. I'll describe my steps here:|
I googled for how to integrate Subversive with M2Eclipse, and my first interesting match was:
Though, this page hadn't been updated for a year and Subversive had some big changes in installation for Galileo, so I tried searching on Subversive pages instead, and got:
Unfortunately, this page doesn't link to any instructions on how to install the integration.
I still want to see what Subversive says about M2Eclipse, so my next try is:
which still mentions only Ganymede, but as this is the official site I'm assuming the info is applicable for Galileo as well. The linked URL page:
doesn't mention the integration URL for Galileo so I back up to
and extract the integration URL from the picture in Step 4:
Though, after installing from this URL I come across a page on polarion:
that mentions another URL for Galileo integrations:
And I'm still not convinced that I can trust the polarion site to be up-to-date, as f ex New and Noteworthy articles seem to be newer on eclipse.org.
As you can see, someone who is trying to do this is getting a fairly fragmented picture.
It would be great if there could be a clear distinction on what information belongs on each site, maintaining it in only one place, and linking between the sites when needed. Having one starting point that links to all relevant information (whether on polarion or eclipse) would also be nice.
A good first step though, could be to actually remove stale copies of information so Google can help you find the pages that are up-to-date.
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