[Eric] how to store SVN password
sterkrig at home.no
Sun Nov 8 22:13:24 GMT 2009
There's no requirement to be root to use Subversion.
Yep, DVCS are all that very well, feel free to write plugin for eric (-;E
I dug svn-plugin source, and it's not that hard, but quite an amount of
work. Maybe some day I'll try to write hg-plugin
> It was interesting to read this thread as it concerns VCS (Version
> System), including the requirement to be "root". I used to use
> which is the only VCS currently integrated with Eric and remember that
> Recently I have switched to another open source versioning system,
> because of
> its versatility and ease of use - Bazaar. It happens to be DVCS
> Version Control System). It is handy for both - "home" use with the
> history kept on the local PC and for "external" repository applications.
> home use it does NOT require setting up of a repository, as the working
> and the record of versions can be kept in one and the same directory.
> "Bazaar", a tool for VCS, written mainly in Python and Qt, does not
> require to
> switch to "root" for operation. It is strictly cross-platform and is
> with all main operating systems - MS Windows, GNU/Linux, Mac OS.
> External repository hosting is offered by "Launchpad". A sample
> "homepage" on
> Launchpad can be seen in https://launchpad.net/bzr-explorer.
> An excellent cross-platform GUI, bzr-Explorer, written in Qt (the same
> backbone as Eric), is available. I do feel that it would be an
> advantage to
> Eric to offer versioning Python programs with Bazaar.
> Various views of bzr-Explorer on several OS platforms, namely MS Windows,
> GNU/Linux Gnome or KDE, Mac Os X, can be inspected in
> A well balanced review of the Bazaar versioning system is described in
> I look forward to the addition of Bazaar to the already excellent Python
> programming IDE, Eric.
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