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Figure 1 52 File Associations preference page
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To add an editor association for a file type not listed in the File types list, click the File types > Add button to reveal the New File Type dialog, as shown in Figure 1 53 For example, to add an editor for XML files, enter *xml into the File type field and click the OK button
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To see a list of available external editors, select the External Programs radio button (see Figure 1 52) If you have an XML editor (such as Dreamweaver) installed in your system, select it from the list and click the OK button That editor will be added to the Associated editors list and automatically made the default (assuming that no other default was in place)
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Tip: If you routinely edit XML files, the XMLBuddy plug-in, from wwwxmlbuddycom, is one of several XML editors integrated into Eclipse (see Appendix A) The XMLBuddy editor provides userconfigurable syntax highlighting, Document Type Definition- (DTD-) driven code assist, XML validation, and many other features
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Typically, you will want to work as part of a team and share your code with other team members This section shows how to set up and use CVS, which ships as part of Eclipse As team members work on different aspects of a project, changes are made locally to their own workspaces When they are ready to share changes with other team members, they can commit them to the shared CVS repository Likewise, when they want to get any changes made by other team members, they can update their workspaces with the contents of the repository In the event of conflicts (eg, changes made to the same resource), Eclipse provides comparison and merge tools to resolve and integrate such changes
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CVS supports multiple streams of development known as branches Each branch represents an independent set of changes made to the same set of resources There may be multiple concurrent branches for various maintenance updates, bug fixes, experimental projects, and so on The main branch, known as the HEAD, represents the primary flow of work within a project Just as the Eclipse local history feature records changes made to various resources over time, the CVS repository maintains a history of every committed change made to every resource over time A resource may be compared with or replaced with any prior revision using tools similar to those used with the local history feature
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To start using CVS with Eclipse, you will need to connect your Eclipse workspace to your CVS repository (see wwwcvshomeorg for information on setting up the repository) Start by opening either the CVS Repository Exploring perspective using the Window > Open Perspective > Other command or the CVS Repositories view using the Window > Show View > Other command Next, right-click within the CVS Repositories view and select the New > Repository Location command from the context menu (see Figure 1 55)
Figure 1 55 CVS Repositories view
Within the Add CVS Repository dialog (see Figure 1 56), you need to specify the location of your repository and your login information Enter the address of your CVS host into the Host field (eg, cvsqualityeclipsecom ) and the path of the repository relative to the host address into the Repository path field Next, enter your user name and password into the User and Password fields, respectively, or leave them blank for anonymous access If you need to use a different connect type than the default one, change that as well When done, click the Finish button Assuming that the CVS repository is found, it will show up in the CVS Repositories view
Tip: The New Project wizard also provides a convenient option for creating a new repository Select New > Project and then the CVS > CVS Repository Location wizard The first page of the wizard will look like the dialog shown in Figure 1 56