Jan 24, 2020 ... ContextQuickie. An eclipse add-on which extends the context menu for accessing
various windows tools like Beynod Compare, Tortoise SVN or Tortoise Git.
General Purpose Tools. Last Updated on Friday, January 24, 2020 ...
You need to install an SVN Plugin. I would recommend Subversive you can find it
in the Eclipse Marketplace ( Help -> Eclipse Marketplace... ). After this you have
to install an SVN Connector. I would recomment SVNKit.
Apparently, you have to manually import the project in Eclipse into the repository
created with TortoiseSVN ... Back in Eclipse, checkout the project from
TortoiseSVN's repository (e.g. Right click on Package Explorer > Import.
If you import projects that are under control of a source control system using "File
-> Import -> Existing Porjects into Workspace", you can hookup Eclipse source
control integration by right-clicking on the project and using the ...
The Subversive project is aimed to integrate the Subversion (SVN) version
control system with the Eclipse platform. Using the Subversive plug-in, you can
work with projects stored in Subversion repositories directly from the Eclipse