VCS Tools

Hi folks,

We are currently in the process of attempting the port of all our java code
to .net meaning leaving IntelliJ for VS.net (at least till the Resharper IDE
is out). In IntelliJ we have been using CVS but this isn't possible to
integrate with VS.net and we wanted to stay away from VSS.

Anyone out there been able to manage to integrate any VCS tool other than
VSS into the ide? Also is there any plans from the JetBrains folks for
providing the IntelliJ style CVS integration into the Resharper plugin or
will we have to wait for the Resharper IDE? (longshot I know).

Cheers,
Amit


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Hello Amit,

Why is it not possible to integrate CVS into VS.NET? All you need is an SCC
provider for CVS.

Take a look here: http://cvssccplugin.sourceforge.net/

--
Matt Berther
http://www.mattberther.com

Hi folks,

We are currently in the process of attempting the port of all our java
code to .net meaning leaving IntelliJ for VS.net (at least till the
Resharper IDE is out). In IntelliJ we have been using CVS but this
isn't possible to integrate with VS.net and we wanted to stay away
from VSS.

Anyone out there been able to manage to integrate any VCS tool other
than VSS into the ide? Also is there any plans from the JetBrains
folks for providing the IntelliJ style CVS integration into the
Resharper plugin or will we have to wait for the Resharper IDE?
(longshot I know).

Cheers,
Amit



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Hi Matt,

Thanks for the reply! I had seen a link to that earlier today when I was
searching for a plugin, but wrote it off because the Google link said
"integration for TortoiseCVS", but reading it further hopefully it will do
the job. I will give it a go tomorrow when I get into work.

We tried two other such plugins today, Jalindi Igloo and PushOk's CVS SCC
Proxy. Neither of which seems to work. We got PushOk Proxy installed and
showing up in VS.net but when we configured our :ssh: protocol cvs root it
seems to hang there on logon. If anyone has had success with these, and
think they know what I have done wrong, please let me know. But I will
certainly give the sourceforge plugin a go tomorrow.

Cheers,
Amit



"Matt Berther" <mberther@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:6448358632375151968891296@news.intellij.net...

Hello Amit,

>

Why is it not possible to integrate CVS into VS.NET? All you need is an

SCC

provider for CVS.

>

Take a look here: http://cvssccplugin.sourceforge.net/

>

--
Matt Berther
http://www.mattberther.com

>

Hi folks,

>

We are currently in the process of attempting the port of all our java
code to .net meaning leaving IntelliJ for VS.net (at least till the
Resharper IDE is out). In IntelliJ we have been using CVS but this
isn't possible to integrate with VS.net and we wanted to stay away
from VSS.

>

Anyone out there been able to manage to integrate any VCS tool other
than VSS into the ide? Also is there any plans from the JetBrains
folks for providing the IntelliJ style CVS integration into the
Resharper plugin or will we have to wait for the Resharper IDE?
(longshot I know).

>

Cheers,
Amit

>
>


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Hello Amit,

I personally cant stand having SCC integrated with my dev environment. However,
given that, I can say that I have had Jalindi Igloo successfully integrated
in the past.

At this time, I use TortoiseCVS, mainly because it puts source control where
it belongs (in the explorer window).

--
Matt Berther
http://www.mattberther.com

Hi Matt,

Thanks for the reply! I had seen a link to that earlier today when I
was searching for a plugin, but wrote it off because the Google link
said "integration for TortoiseCVS", but reading it further hopefully
it will do the job. I will give it a go tomorrow when I get into
work.

We tried two other such plugins today, Jalindi Igloo and PushOk's CVS
SCC Proxy. Neither of which seems to work. We got PushOk Proxy
installed and showing up in VS.net but when we configured our :ssh:
protocol cvs root it seems to hang there on logon. If anyone has had
success with these, and think they know what I have done wrong, please
let me know. But I will certainly give the sourceforge plugin a go
tomorrow.

Cheers,
Amit
"Matt Berther" <mberther@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:6448358632375151968891296@news.intellij.net...

>> Hello Amit,
>>
>> Why is it not possible to integrate CVS into VS.NET? All you need is
>> an
>>

SCC

>> provider for CVS.
>>
>> Take a look here: http://cvssccplugin.sourceforge.net/
>>
>> --
>> Matt Berther
>> http://www.mattberther.com
>>> Hi folks,
>>>
>>> We are currently in the process of attempting the port of all our
>>> java code to .net meaning leaving IntelliJ for VS.net (at least till
>>> the Resharper IDE is out). In IntelliJ we have been using CVS but
>>> this isn't possible to integrate with VS.net and we wanted to stay
>>> away from VSS.
>>>
>>> Anyone out there been able to manage to integrate any VCS tool other
>>> than VSS into the ide? Also is there any plans from the JetBrains
>>> folks for providing the IntelliJ style CVS integration into the
>>> Resharper plugin or will we have to wait for the Resharper IDE?
>>> (longshot I know).
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> Amit


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Hello Amit,

Hi folks,

We are currently in the process of attempting the port of all our java
code to .net meaning leaving IntelliJ for VS.net (at least till the
Resharper IDE is out). In IntelliJ we have been using CVS but this
isn't possible to integrate with VS.net and we wanted to stay away
from VSS.

Anyone out there been able to manage to integrate any VCS tool other
than VSS into the ide? Also is there any plans from the JetBrains
folks for providing the IntelliJ style CVS integration into the
Resharper plugin or will we have to wait for the Resharper IDE?
(longshot I know).

Cheers,
Amit


CVS support will probably be in the ReSharper IDE, but Valentin or one of
the other ReSharper team members will have to confirm this -- same with any
possible plugin support. The bigger question is, how many community members
would like CVS support in the IDE and/or the Plugin (if possible?)

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"



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Hello David,

DS> CVS support will probably be in the ReSharper IDE, but Valentin or
DS> one of the other ReSharper team members will have to confirm this --
DS> same with any possible plugin support. The bigger question is, how
DS> many community members would like CVS support in the IDE and/or the
DS> Plugin (if possible?)

I'd like CVS and SVN support in IDE. Ability to use SCC-enabled systems would
be nice too.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov


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Yes, we will have at least CVS and VSS support in the first release of IDE,
maybe more (Perforce?).

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hello Amit,

>> Hi folks,
>>
>> We are currently in the process of attempting the port of all our
>> java code to .net meaning leaving IntelliJ for VS.net (at least till
>> the Resharper IDE is out). In IntelliJ we have been using CVS but
>> this isn't possible to integrate with VS.net and we wanted to stay
>> away from VSS.
>>
>> Anyone out there been able to manage to integrate any VCS tool other
>> than VSS into the ide? Also is there any plans from the JetBrains
>> folks for providing the IntelliJ style CVS integration into the
>> Resharper plugin or will we have to wait for the Resharper IDE?
>> (longshot I know).
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Amit

CVS support will probably be in the ReSharper IDE, but Valentin or one
of the other ReSharper team members will have to confirm this -- same
with any possible plugin support. The bigger question is, how many
community members would like CVS support in the IDE and/or the Plugin
(if possible?)

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"



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Hello Valentin,

IDE, maybe more (Perforce?).


How about SVN? ;)

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The only reason we started on CVS in the first place was due to a lack of
decent IntelliJ integration for SVN which would have been our ideal choice
so I can see that been as popular a demand as CVS.

Amit



"Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains)" <valentin@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:356211632376864149267915@news.intellij.net...

Yes, we will have at least CVS and VSS support in the first release of

IDE,

maybe more (Perforce?).

>

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>

Hello Amit,

>
>> Hi folks,
>>
>> We are currently in the process of attempting the port of all our
>> java code to .net meaning leaving IntelliJ for VS.net (at least till
>> the Resharper IDE is out). In IntelliJ we have been using CVS but
>> this isn't possible to integrate with VS.net and we wanted to stay
>> away from VSS.
>>
>> Anyone out there been able to manage to integrate any VCS tool other
>> than VSS into the ide? Also is there any plans from the JetBrains
>> folks for providing the IntelliJ style CVS integration into the
>> Resharper plugin or will we have to wait for the Resharper IDE?
>> (longshot I know).
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Amit

CVS support will probably be in the ReSharper IDE, but Valentin or one
of the other ReSharper team members will have to confirm this -- same
with any possible plugin support. The bigger question is, how many
community members would like CVS support in the IDE and/or the Plugin
(if possible?)

>

David
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>


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How about SVN? ;)


Our survey shows that SVN is almost as much popular as CVS so perphaps we
will support it in the first version.

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hello Valentin,

>> IDE, maybe more (Perforce?).
>>

How about SVN? ;)



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I installed jalindi igloo plugin for CVS and able to checkin/checkout files. The only problem i have had is that i am not able to add folder(the task goes endless).

Any idea???

-Ram

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