david.car7 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 25 04:18:12 CEST 2008
This is where I got the subversive plug-in:
I used the Help->Software Updates->Find and Install and adde it. Subversive
is in the incubation phase, so its on its way to becoming part of the
standard Eclipsed distribution. Chances are it's here to stay.
the block indent (I use Idle every so often) I'm assuming you mean automatic
block indent when hitting tab. In Eclipse, you want to use the Python
editor from PyDev:
Pick the *.py and *.pyw and in the Associated Editors window pick Add.
Select the Python editor and make it the default. Next:
Select what you would like. You should have automatic block indent. Hope
On 4/24/08, Mark Erbaugh <mark at microenh.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-04-23 at 20:54 -0400, David Car wrote:
> > I've been playing around with Eclipse as well using Pydev but I'm
> > using Subversive as the SVN handler. Have you tried that plug-in at
> > all? Seems to work pretty well, but I'm a diehard Emacs user, so not
> > sure if I'll switch to Eclipse permanently. My 2 cents....
> Thanks for the pointer. I hadn't hear of Subversive. I checked out their
> website, but couldn't find a way to download the add-on other as a local
> repository. I use a satellite connection for internet and the last time
> I tried to use a remote repository to install an add-on to Eclipse it
> didn't work, my CPU usage went to 100% and nothing happened (at least
> for a long time before I gave up). I downloaded that file and installed
> it as a local repository and it was just fine. I didn't research it,
> but I'm blaming the latency of the satellite connection.
> So far, there are two things from Idle that I miss in Eclipse:
> 1) an interactive shell window
> 2) a block indent / un-indent feature
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