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Native Subversion, reverse engineering, RAD and SOAP tools


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Native subversion support
reverse enginering of SQL (Mysql, PostgreSQL)
UML - RAD Tools
SOAP Tools
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JurgenD wrote:
Native subversion support

+1

JurgenD wrote:
reverse enginering of SQL (Mysql, PostgreSQL)
UML - RAD Tools

-1 lets not get carried away. there are other excellant tools for this, let them focus on their strengths and phpED focus on php, js, etc

JurgenD wrote:
SOAP Tools

+1
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there are other excellent tools for this [UML, reverse engirnering],


any link(s) warmly welcomed

Thanks in advance
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JurgenD wrote:
Native subversion support

+1
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JurgenD wrote:
Native subversion support

+1 definitely yes, but I would keep this low priority, since it is partially implemented through file explorer (if e.g. TortoiseSVN on Windows is installed)

JurgenD wrote:
reverse enginering of SQL (Mysql, PostgreSQL)
UML - RAD Tools

-1 better focus phpEd on PHP related development, not datababase specific tasks

JurgenD wrote:
SOAP Tools

+1 SOAP testing tools would be nice, but again, I would keep this low priority, because in my opinion there are more PHP related feature updates necessary
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JurgenD wrote:
Native subversion support


You can do it easy by yourself. Just install TortoiseSVN and define commandline parameters at Tools -> Integration.
List of commandline options can be found at TortoiseSVN manual, Appendix D
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JurgenD wrote:
Native subversion support


You can do it easy by yourself. Just install TortoiseSVN and define commandline parameters at Tools -> Integration.
List of commandline options can be found at TortoiseSVN manual, Appendix D


Yes, this is possible as well as other workarounds, but we are talking about NATIVE support here, because many users are not as experienced as you and may have problems with extra configurations.
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JurgenD wrote:
Native subversion support

This will never be implemented because its already available through the "shell menu" item in the file/folder popup menu.
(make sure to install the 32 bit version of TortoiseSVN or it won't show up)
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JurgenD wrote:
Native subversion support

This will never be implemented because its already available through the "shell menu" item in the file/folder popup menu.
(make sure to install the 32 bit version of TortoiseSVN or it won't show up)


I tend to agree, it is not necessary, however it would be nice. Since there is CVS support already, my guess is, that it should not be that difficult to alter it for SVN.
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I use the built in svn and it always uploads one file at a time, creating 20 some commits, am I doing it wrong or is that a limitation of how its done? because I would really appreciate better svn support....

-S
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jsut as an aside, the "run individually for each file" is Not checked
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JurgenD wrote:
Native subversion support

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I yet did not see any built in Subversion client, who would be as is functional and convenient, as TortoiseSVN
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Or it is primitive and a little functional (NetBeans, WaterProof PHPEdit), or very inconvenient (SubClipse, Subversive (Eclipse,Zend Studio))
While, the best client, on a combination convenience / functionality / simplicity of work is TortoiseSVN
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