Subversive is an Eclipse plug-in that provides Subversion support.
The JavaSVN library is used for interaction with Subversion. In addition to functionality, Subversive pays special attention to usability and nice interface.
The Subversive project is a brand new Eclipse plug-in that provides Subversion support. From a user point of view, Subversive provides Subversion support similar to CVS support, which is already part of the standard Eclipse platform. The main use cases, which are familiar to CVS users, are:
· Connection to the repository using different connection types
· Repository browsing
· Resolving conflicts
· Adding to the list of ignored resources
JavaSVN open-source library is used for interaction with Subversion. Having compared it with other tools that use JavaSVN, the Subversive team together with the JavaSVN team extended the standard Subversion API. This improvement gives Subversive an advantage if compared with other native and Java-based Subversion clients. The following solutions, now available in Subversive, are not present in other Subversion clients because of standard API limitations.
· Subversive requires JDK 1.4 or JDK 1.5 and supports the following versions of Eclipse:
3.0.x family (tested with 3.0.2)
3.1.x family (tested with 3.1.1 and 3.1.2)
3.2 family (tested with 3.2 M4)
· Subversive supports Subversion versions 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3.
What's New in This Release:
· Compatibility with Eclipse 3.3 and Mylyn was added.
· SVN menu and toolbar buttons were added.
· Global shortcut keys for SVN actions were added.
· SVNKit was upgraded to version 1.1.2.
· JavaMail was upgraded to version 1.4.
· A set of bugfixes was applied.