The most friendly installation process - point Eclipse update manager to Subversive Update Site and follow instructions of Installation wizard. If for some reason you can't use Update Site you can download so-called Archived Update Site and point Eclipse update manager to this file locally on your computer. Please refer Installation instructions topic for details how to install, update and manage Subversive.
In order to create repository with the Subversive UI you should have either: native JavaHL or SVN Kit 1.3.5 based connector installed, or you'll have to do it manually using 'svnadmin create' command. In the last case you'll also need to create a repository location for the created repository using 'SVN Repository Location Wizard', then you can share required project (or projects) using 'SVN Sharing Wizard' and perform the initial commit.
If you have project checkouted by another Eclipse SVN plug-in and want to work with it using Subversive
Have you tried editing outside Eclipse IDE? If so, please hit refresh (F5) button over the project node.
Please refer to 'Note for Linux users' documentation page.
Yes, it's right, that version is most consistent and up-to-date. Why it has 0.7 number? According to Eclipse Foundation requirements, new and migrated projects should go through incubation phase. On incubation phase project should have version less then 1.0 - that's a reason of version change.
Version, distributed on Eclipse.org requires at least Eclipse IDE version 3.4, so you can't use it. But you can use one of previous Subversive releases still distributed from former project home at www.polarion.com.
Subversive handles errors and in case of error detection is asked for sending of the automatic error report. This report contains required information such as stack trace and Java environment. You can also provide your comments about a problem, which help developers to find a reason of problem. Note that report doesn't contain any confidential information and you can review what exactly will be sent. All what you need to send such report is just to press a button in dialog.
We cordially invite everyone in the Subversive community to get involved with the project newsgroup at news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.technology.subversive (more below). This is crucial if we want to reach the eventual goal of inclusion of Subversive in the Eclipse IDE. Synergy of the Subversive team and the Community will lead the way towards defining the expectations of the potential user community, adjusting the project's goals accordingly, and eventually accomplishing those goals.
How to participate in discussion
You can send your comments about the Subversive project proposal or share you vision about the Subversive as a whole, to the news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.technology.subversive newsgroup.
In order to participate in discussions you should request a free password to access the newsgroups by filling the registration form on http://www.eclipse.org/newsgroups/register.php. You'll receive login credentials by e-mail shortly after registering. You can work with newsgroups using simple web interface or setup your favorite NNTP news reader like Outlook, Thunderbird, etc.
Access through Web interface
Eclipse.org provides simple and useful web interface, which allows reading posts and writing answers. Use following link to access the Subversive newsgroup on eclipse.org: http://www.eclipse.org/newsportal/thread.php?group=eclipse.technology.subversive
Access through news readers
You can use any news reader, which supports NNTP. The most popular mail clients like Outlook and Thunderbird can be used to work with newsgroups. Let's follow MS Outlook Express setup process by example.
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