Distributed Source Control as a tool for Set-Based Design

I’m currently spending a fair amount of time on evaluating distributed version control systems (DVCS) such as git, bazaar and mercurial. Some things which were easy using a centralized version control system such as subversion or cvs seem more complicated, but I am now starting to find ways of using DVCS to do things which …

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Using the new subversion integration in Eclipse Ganymede

Like many other developers I was keen to try out the recent Eclipse Ganymede release. In particular I wanted to try the new subversion integration (“subversive”) to see if it is any better than the old (“subclipse”) plugin I used to use with Europa. Getting the new subversion working was surprisingly tricky. Obvious choices simply …

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