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Using CVS inside Eclipse [ID:031] (4/4)

in series: Using Eclipse for Java Programming

video tutorial by John Montgomery, added 03/07

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John Montgomery demonstrates how to use the CVS version control system, built into Eclipse, to check-out a project from SourceForge.

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Am new to Eclipse, and only programmed briefly about 15 years ago. Video makes for a very accessible route to understanding. I like your style; it was rather clipped and quick - actually perfect for replayable video. So many are laborious. Why be like that when one can replay? Bookmarking you.


Good quality video and straight to the point. Great job!


Could have been a bit more explanatory...


Thanks. You really should do some for GWT.


24. David Duffrin Tue, 25 May 2010 19:43

Thanks. I like the videos, helped a lot!


23. Adriano Botteon Tue, 25 May 2010 03:31

Maybe some words more on Cvs creating could have been useful.


Very powerful. Thanks for showing me.


Very good demonstration. Made it look easy!


Thank you very much for your this learning....


It is a very good link for setting up CVS project in eclipse


18. anonymous Mon, 21 Sep 2009 09:53

Great.


17. anonymous Thu, 13 Aug 2009 13:15

Hello, a lot thanks for this excellent work. My English isn't very well, I am sorry.


16. anonymous Sat, 25 Jul 2009 19:15

I liked the way you showed how to import from a web site, very useful.

For some one new to Java I don't know what CVS is or what it does.

Maybe next time show more examples on what you can do with it, and why you would want it.

Thanks for doing this video.


15. anonymous Fri, 24 Jul 2009 15:15

Easy to watch and learn from.


14. anonymous Sun, 19 Jul 2009 15:47

Thank you for the videos , Good for beginners


13. anonymous Tue, 30 Jun 2009 00:25

Thanks for Video about Java in Elipse.

Best regards


12. anonymous Fri, 26 Jun 2009 07:58

Thank you for doing this


11. anonymous Mon, 25 May 2009 21:57

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10. anonymous Wed, 20 May 2009 06:12

some wat good


9. anonymous Sun, 26 Apr 2009 10:14

great!


8. anonymous Wed, 01 Apr 2009 02:23

Thanks. Usefull :)


6. anonymous Mon, 01 Dec 2008 01:49

---- *Really* useful, thanks!.

---- You get my vote!.

---- I appreciate your effort.


5. anonymous Mon, 01 Dec 2008 00:01

---- *Really* useful, thanks!.

---- You get my vote!.

---- I appreciate your effort.


Very good, thank you. Can you do one for Subversion? Also really great to see it done on a Mac for a change...:-) Be good to see one on the gotcha's of developing with with Eclipse on a Mac, thanks.


'somewhere' - can you explain which file you are talking about? If you have used the 'DOWNLOAD THE VIDEO(FLV)' link to download the video file then for this page it is 8.5mb.

FLV files are played by most modern video players including mplayer, Video Lan Client and QuickTime.

Does that help?

Ian.


why the file i down load is so small and unplayable

?


You can directly the whole CVSROOT in the "host" field. Eclipse knows how to split it.


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