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team models [message #61742] Wed, 28 November 2007 10:25 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: pobox.verysmall.org

Could people share the models of working in a
(distributed) team they use (Eclipse, PDT,
Subclipse).

Our problem is that the 'switch to branch'
and 'compare branches' operations of
Subclipse are extremely slow ('switch to
branch' takes about 30 min, I still test
'compare branches', but seems slow too) -
which makes our (distributed) team work quite
difficult.

We have a web application with a trunk and a
release branch. We have a release engineer
working on the release branch and developers
working on the trunk. We need -

a) An easy way for the release engineer to
see what are the differences between the
release branch and the trunk (very slow).

b) An easy way for the release engineer to
switch to the trunk, in order to be able to
help to the developers, if needed ('switch to
branch' takes 30 min at the moment, far too
slow).

Thank you all,
Iv
Re: team models [message #61767 is a reply to message #61742] Wed, 28 November 2007 11:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ingo Renner is currently offline Ingo RennerFriend
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Iv Ray wrote:
> Could people share the models of working in a (distributed) team they
> use (Eclipse, PDT, Subclipse).

did you try subversive?

www.eclipse.com/subversive


Ingo
Re: team models [message #61790 is a reply to message #61767] Wed, 28 November 2007 12:40 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: pobox.verysmall.org

Ingo Renner wrote:
> did you try subversive?
>
> www.eclipse.com/subversive

Found it today while looking for Subversion
newsgroup. Just installed and now testing.

But thanks for the tip!
Iv
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