Using Eclipse with Subversive

Entry-level developers and experienced developers


Expected Duration
68 minutes

Eclipse is an open-source integrated development environment (IDE) that can be used to develop applications with a number of different programming languages. Apache Subversion or SVN is used by many programmers and system administrators as a version control system. This course provides an overview of how to install and use the Subversive plug-in with Eclipse to perform various operations with supported SVN clients.


Setting up Eclipse and SVN

  • start the course
  • demonstrate how to install the Eclipse SVN plug-in
  • configure preferences for Subversion in the Eclipse IDE
  • describe how to use SVN connectors

Eclipse SVN Operations

  • modify and commit changes to a project in Eclipse
  • perform sample Subversion operation in the command line
  • use projects with Eclipse SVN
  • work with SVN resources and utilize version control
  • describe SVN branching and merging
  • identify how to deal with common conflicts
  • utilize the Compare Editor in Eclipse
  • describe best practices for working with Eclipse SVN

Practice: Working with Eclipse SVN

  • perform common Eclipse SVN operations and commit changes to a project





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