I'm looking for a tool that will enable peer to peer collaboration and this looks promising. We are using Eclipse 3.2. I was wondering if anyone had tried that out yet.
I tried it and can unfortunately not report any success.
On Windows XP with JRE 1.5, I get only "Create Process: Error 2" with any operation.
I think I saw this bug report somewhere else here (but could not find it), maybe one of the developers can shed a ray of light on this issue? I have just decided to use Darcs (instead of Mercurial despite being a Pythonista) and would LOVE having it available in Eclipse.
For now, it seems, we're forced to have a shell window open alongside Eclipse for Darcs..
I was running an older version of EclipseDarcs on eclipse 3.2.2 (Fedora Core) with no problems. My only issue was that I wanted more features supported, and so still drive daarcs manually from a shell.
However, since upgrading to Eclipse 3.3, I am getting failures in 'darcs record' at least.
I'll try downloading the source and have a look at that - there may be something relatively simple that fixes it.
I've had no problems running it with Eclipse 3.2.x on win XP worked right away. I also just stuck it in my Galileo version on Ubuntu and it seems to be working well. I haven't done much with it except brows patches though.
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