CVS and KDevelop

Ralf Nolden Ralf.Nolden at post.rwth-aachen.de
Thu Mar 23 09:39:11 UTC 2000


Markus Gustavsson wrote:
> 
> Hello
> 
> It's obvious that different people have different needs and habits
> when it comes to how they develop their software. I can only answer
> for my opinion, which is that the CVS integration is the absolutely
> most important part of KDevelop right now, which should have 100%
> priority. I use KDevelop on a daily basis, often 4 - 8 hours per day,
> and the thing, of all things, that would help me the most today,
> is a good and powerfull CVS integration in KDevelop, with support
> for remote repositories, and a nice visual part which lets one see
> right off, which files has been modified and stuff like that.
> It would be nice to be able to just klick on a button to have color-
> diffs of changes between recent versions appear too.
> I guess that most people would NOT have full CVS Integration on top
> of their wishlist, but at least, now, you have my opinion :-)
> 
>         /Markus Gustavsson
CVS support locally works in the CVS version ;-) completely. For remote
CVS you have to import your project first after generation as usual with
the CVS commands. Info on local use of CVS with KDevelop is updated in
the manual (in CVS version)
For a full tool, look for Cervesia (included in the KDK and available
standalone) which you can add as a tool to KDevelop.

Ralf
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