Enslaving Buildbot

In grand strokes, creating a basic Buildbot slave is similar to creating a master, but much simpler in the initial details. If running on a separate system, as in this example, then Buildbot must be installed first. Then the build user and Buildbot directories are created, a slave instance is created, the configuration files are updated, and Buildbot is started. In this test environment, the slave runs on slave-lnx01. sudo mkdir usr local buildbot slave rsreader sudo chown build build usr local...

The Team Repository View

The team repository view supplants most of the Subversion status operations we looked at earlier in the chapter. It shows how the repository is different from your working copy, and how your working copy is different from the repository. It can combine those views showing all changes, or it can show only files with conflicts. It can show the aggregate changes, or it can break the differences down by revision. Open the repository view by choosing the menu item Window gt Open View gt Other. This...

Importing from Subversion

Once you've installed Subversive and restarted Eclipse, you can import from the repository. Select File gt Import, which will bring up the Import project window, shown in Figure 3-3. Figure 3-3. Importing an existing project Figure 3-3. Importing an existing project Select SVN gt Projects from SVN, and then click the Next button. This will take you to the repository selection screen, shown in Figure 3-4. Checkout Project from SVN repository Select an existing repository location or create a new...