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There are several ways to get the source for the Eclipse projects. Most developers are actually developing their own plug-ins and are interested in browsing the Eclipse source and using it during debugging. For this, you can either browse the [http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/ SVN repository online] or use the source included in the [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads Eclipse SDK download]. The download contains source zips which can be attached to jars in the SDK's Java tooling and used for browsing and debugging.
 
There are several ways to get the source for the Eclipse projects. Most developers are actually developing their own plug-ins and are interested in browsing the Eclipse source and using it during debugging. For this, you can either browse the [http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/ SVN repository online] or use the source included in the [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads Eclipse SDK download]. The download contains source zips which can be attached to jars in the SDK's Java tooling and used for browsing and debugging.
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== Anonymous SVN ==
 
== Anonymous SVN ==
  
At this time anonymous svn is best done via the command line:
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Anonymous SVN is available via http or by using the svnserve protocol:
  
>svn co svn://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/some.repository
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* http://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology
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* Command-line: svn co svn://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/some.repository
  
  
 
== Committer access to SVN ==
 
== Committer access to SVN ==
  
Developers with commit rights have individual user ids and passwords in the Eclipse project development repository. As a committer you can use SSH (Secure SHell) to connect to the SVN repository using a subversion plugin or via the command line:
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Developers with commit rights have individual user ids and passwords in the Eclipse project development repository. As a committer you can use SSH (Secure SHell) to connect to the SVN repository using a subversion plugin or via the command line.  Committers can use svn+ssh or https:
  
>svn co svn+ssh://committerid@dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/some.repository
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* https://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology
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* svn co svn+ssh://committerid@dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/some.repository
  
  
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== See also ==
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* [[CVS Howto]]
  
 
[[Category:How to Contribute]]
 
[[Category:How to Contribute]]

Revision as of 08:08, 1 November 2007

There are several ways to get the source for the Eclipse projects. Most developers are actually developing their own plug-ins and are interested in browsing the Eclipse source and using it during debugging. For this, you can either browse the SVN repository online or use the source included in the Eclipse SDK download. The download contains source zips which can be attached to jars in the SDK's Java tooling and used for browsing and debugging.


Anonymous SVN

Anonymous SVN is available via http or by using the svnserve protocol:


Committer access to SVN

Developers with commit rights have individual user ids and passwords in the Eclipse project development repository. As a committer you can use SSH (Secure SHell) to connect to the SVN repository using a subversion plugin or via the command line. Committers can use svn+ssh or https:


SVN Repository Paths

Use the following repository paths to connect to the Eclipse projects:

/svnroot/technology Technology Project


See also