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[EP-tech] Re: What development environments are you using?

Just an update from my quick survey – thanks to those who responded.

The main gist was that most folks seem to be using a text editor (usually vi[m]) directly on the eprints install.  A few people were using Eclipse with perl plugins, and there’s a variety of source management tools like svn or git.


Some folks were also using project management tools and specific XML editors, but the majority was text editor based.



From: Alan.Stiles [mailto:alan.stiles@open.ac.uk]
Sent: 05 June 2015 09:19
To: eprints-tech@ecs.soton.ac.uk
Subject: [EP-tech] What development environments are you using?


Hi all,
Not specifically a problem, but a query which arose from a conversation earlier in the week:
Are any of you using an IDE (e.g. eclipse) or similar development tool to develop eprints functionality, or are you dedicated vim/nano/emacs/notepad users?
Secondly, is your IDE connected to a git or svn repository (or are you using something like this with the text editor approach?)
Please feel free to respond directly to me to save filling list inboxes with responses and I’ll summarise what I get for the list in a couple of weeks.


Alan Stiles

Digital Repository Developer

Library Services, The Open University




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