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When using a version control system, you work by synchronizing local files with a repository, making changes to your local copy, then committing them to the repository. The following list describes various ways you can synchronize a project in NetBeans IDE, depending on your specific situation:
If you already have a Subversion versioned project which you have been working with outside of the IDE, you can open it in the IDE and versioning features will automatically become available to you. The IDE scans your open projects and if they contain .svn directories, file status and context-sensitive support automatically becomes active for Subversion versioned projects.
When you are working in the Projects (Ctrl-1 on Windows/Cmd-1 on OS X), Files (Ctrl-2 on Windows/Cmd-2 on OS X), Favorites (Ctrl-3 on Windows/Cmd-3 on OS X), or Versioning windows, the IDE provides several visual features that aid in viewing status information about your files. In the example below, notice how the badge (e.g. ), color of the file name, and adjacent status label, all coincide with each other to provide you with a simple but effective way to keep track of versioning information on your files:
The Subversion Versioning window provides you with a real-time list of all of the changes made to files within a selected folder of your local working copy. It opens by default in the bottom panel of the IDE, listing added, deleted or modified files.
Comparing file revisions is a common task when working with versioned projects. The IDE enables you to compare revisions by using the Diff command, which is available from the right-click menu of a selected item (Subversion > Diff), as well as from the Versioning window. In the Versioning window, you can perform diffs by either double-clicking a listed file, otherwise you can click the Diff All icon () located in the toolbar at the top.
The Diff Viewer makes use of the same color encoding used elsewhere to display version control changes. In the screen capture displayed above, the green block indicates content that has been added to the more current revision. The red block indicates that content from the earlier revision has been removed from the later. Blue indicates that changes have occurred within the highlighted line(s).
The following scenario describes a common use-case: You have checked out the trunk version on a folder named JavaApp, and now want to merge your copy with a branch. For demonstrative purposes, your repository layout contains a branches folder used to contain all branched files:
Git is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance. It outclasses SCM tools like Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and ClearCase with features like cheap local branching, convenient staging areas, and multiple workflows.
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The tool's GitHub repo explains it works with all three VS 2022 editions and also the old .NET Framework (with earlier versions of SpecFlow) as well as .NET Core, which became just .NET 5, .NET 6 and so on.
As far as functionality, the tool integrates into Visual Studio the Subversion version control system, which is used to track changes made to projects -- files and folders -- in order to facilitate the recovery of data while also tracking the history of changes that have been made over time.
Specifically, its description says "VisualSVN is a Visual Studio plug-in that integrates Subversion (SVN) and TortoiseSVN seamlessly with Visual Studio. VisualSVN virtually eliminates the management of your project source code files within Subversion. Program, design, debug and deploy with VisualSVN as your silent partner that safeguards your source code."
It consists of a command line terminal calledmintty, bash, version control systems like git andsubversion, tools like tar and awk and even build systems like autotools, allbased on a modified version of Cygwin. Despite some ofthese central parts being based on Cygwin, the main focus of MSYS2 is to providea build environment for native Windows software and the Cygwin-using parts arekept at a minimum. MSYS2 provides up-to-date native builds for GCC, mingw-w64,CPython, CMake, Meson, OpenSSL, FFmpeg, Rust, Ruby, just to name a few.
Professional (paid) : for professional Python, web, and data science development, including code assistance, refactorings, visual debugging, version control integration, remote configurations, deployment, support for popular web frameworks, such as Django and Flask, database support, scientific tools (including Jupyter notebook support), big data tools.
Tool windows are specialized windows attached to the bottom and sides of the workspace and provide access to typical tasks such as project management, source code search and navigation, integration with version control systems, and so on.
6 November 2013 - New Release 3.34.0 News compared to the previous stable version: - New "Folder Tile Variation" algorithm. - Improved Memory Management (3 GB support and available memory detection). - Border Color is now specified in R,G,B values. - PNG File Support for Tile Images, Main Image and MaskFile. - Main Image can be irregular through a transparency layer (PNG File). - New special MaskFile*n size for a bigger Mosaic size. - Multisized Tiles: 1/2 and 1/4 sized tiles. - Tile Priority for position and tile size. - Import/Export of all the Mosaic Settings. - VideoMosaic export as a sequence of Images. - User Interface improvement with new layout and graphical buttons.. - Automatic check and download of new versions. - Ability to add individual Images to the Tile List. - All the settings are saved in a local folder/per user for a improved Portable Usage. - Added some MaskFile examples and improved MaskFile creation (bmp+jpg). - Text Report contains also a list of unique files with usage count. - The Web Page HTML option will create now a sub-folder with all the required files to publish the mosaic with a simple FTP transfer. - Multiple Mask Files supported for each main image. - Mosaic can be saved in Photoshop PSD and PSB format. - Tile Images of the Mosaic can be saved individually. - Maximum Duplication count parameter can be specified for individual images or group of images (by folder).
29 September 2013 - New Release 3.33.17 Beta News: - Updated Chinese Translation. - It is possible to add multiple files in the main screen and Tile list window with multiple selection. - Configurable Font Quality option. 23 August 2013 - New Release 3.33.16 Beta News: - Updated Russian Translation. - Allow creation of PSB files over 300.000 pixels width/height. But TIFF (Big64) is more portable. BugFix: - Fixed Custom Tile Variation bug and Custom Maximum Duplication parameter MAX[n]. 4 August 2013 - New Release 3.33.15 Beta News: - Mosaic can be saved in TIFF with JPEG compression. - Updated TIFF, JPEG, EXIF libraries. 3 August 2013 - New Release 3.33.14 Beta News: - Mosaic can be saved in Photoshop PSD and PSB format. - Tile Images of the Mosaic can be saved individually. - Maximum Duplication count parameter can be specified for individual images or group of images (by folder). - Added Button to load settings from a Mosaic Settings file. - Removed support for Deep Zoom Composer (since it's a dead project). - Minor changes (User Manual, Chinese Traditional Translation). BugFix: - Minor Bug fixes. 24 June 2013 - New Release 3.33.13 Beta News: - Minor changes (User Manual, translations). - MaskFile name saved in Text Report. 10 September 2012 - New Release 3.33.12 Beta News: - Multiple Mask Files can be used for each Main Image. Place all the Mask Files in a Folder and submit that folder when asked. - The Web Page HTML option will create now a sub-folder with all the required files to publish the mosaic with a simple FTP transfer. 2 July 2012 - New Release 3.33.11 Beta News: - The Create MaskFile option will save a Image Map with the score/quality of each tile. - With the MaskFile feature if there is a main image with suffix " Mask.png/jpg" then it will be used as a MaskFile. BugFix: - Fixed the Tile Choice algorithm error introduced in previous Beta version. - When creating multiple mosaics the final size of each mosaic was not independent from the current main image. 14 June 2012 - New Release 3.33.10 Beta News: - Improved algoritm with Required Images and the Use All Images feature. - Improved OS X version. - Added some warning Message with Inconsistent parameters or other errors. BugFix: - Distance between duplicated tiles where not always respected (bug of a previous Beta) - Sometimes not all Tiles are filled when Rotated 90 degrees where disabled. - Was unable to save RAW file format if the filename contained Unicode characters. 10 February 2012 - New Release 3.33.9 Beta News: - Text Report contains also a list of unique files with usage count.. - Improved OS X version (new package, settings are saved in the Application Support folder of the current user). BugFix: - Various minor fixes - Minor Improvements (multilanguage file handling and EXIF orientation).
17 July 2011 - New Release 3.33.5 Beta News:- User Interface improvement with new layout and graphical buttons.- Automatic check and download of new versions.- Ability to add individual Images to the Tile List.- All the settings are saved in a local folder, for each user or specified through environment settings for a improved Portable Usage. 2b1af7f3a8