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If you tried Subversive before, it’s time to try it again

September 4th, 2010 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Helios’ Subversive release is a vast improvement over previous versions!  If you’ve tried Subversive before and didn’t like it, it is time to try it again. For those who aren’t aware, Subversive is an Eclipse client for accessing Subversion.  In March 2009, I blogged about both choices of Eclipse client: Subversive and Subclipse. Installing Subversive […]

product review: infinitest

October 24th, 2009 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Want to run your JUnit tests as soon as you change the code?  That’s what infinitest strives to do.  The starting point is infinitetest.org which directs you to the corporate site. What does it do? Infinitest installs as a plugin to your IDE.  In Eclipse, it adds a bar to the bottom of your screen.  […]

eclipse 3.5 – four good, 1 bad feature

July 17th, 2009 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I’ve been using Eclipse 3.5 for a couple months now making it a good time to share the features that affected me the most – 4 good; 1 bad. Getting started Quick install with favorite plugins: My Eclipse 3.4 workspace was starting to get corrupted making it a good time to make a clean break.  […]