|Re: Subclipse vs. Subversive [message #15022 is a reply to message #14826]
||Tue, 25 March 2008 13:01
| Igor Vinnykov
Registered: July 2009
Both Subversive and Subclipse just do their job. Using both of them you will
be able to work with SVN. But there are few differences, mostly related with
usability, extensibility and general way, selected by two teams:
1. Subversive is and "official" eclipse.org project. It means that
Subversive has all project infrastructure at eclipse.org, project plan is
synchronized with Eclipse development and Subversive is a part of
simultaneus Ganymdede release.
2. Subversive team actively participate in life of the Eclipse Community.
Subversive team memebers take part in EclipseCon, Eclipse Summit Europe,
3. Subversive provides easy API and reusable components for integration with
other plugins. As the result there are set of integrations with open-source
and commecial projects, which continuously grows.
4. Subversive provides support for different project layouts, cary about
trunk, brances, tags structure, etc.
5. Subversive has feature for features browsing.
6. Other minor differences - UI polishing, icons, few differences in
Maybe Subclipse has some features better then Subversive - Subclipse users
can post here their thoughts, so you can see objective picture.
Selection of any of these plugins is a topic of personal taste. You can
download both, try and make your own choice.
"Steve Whatmore" <email@example.com>
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