Version control systems for use with LPCXpresso IDE are available throught the Eclipse plugin mechanism.
Many such plugins are available through the Eclipse Marketplace plugin. For more information on installing Marketplace, visit EclipseMarketplace. When selecting which Marketplace plugin to install, for LPCXpresso 6 use the Eclipse Indigo update site.
The rest of the FAQ looks at some commonly used version control plugins.
The tools ship with a built-in client for the Concurrent Versions System (CVS). With this client you can access CVS repositories.
You can find more information on CVS at: http://ximbiot.com/cvs/
You can also visit the Eclipse CVS FAQ.
For use with Subversion repositories, there is a choice of two plugins - Subclipse and Subversive.
More information on Subversion at: http://subversion.apache.org/
Subclipse is a great client for using with a Subversion repository and is the client used by the LPCXpresso IDE development team.
For more information on Subclipse, see: http://subclipse.tigris.org/
There is a choice of Subclipse clients to connect to different versions of Subclipse repositories. All of the available clients can be found here:
To install the latest Subclipse 1.10 client:
Select Help->Install new software
On Mac OSX, unless you have an up-to-date JavaHL client, you will need to:
The complete installation of Subclipse includes an optional component Subclipse Integration for Mylin that requires a component of Eclipse that is not provided in the product. For the installation to proceed correctly, this entry MUST be unchecked.
Information on the Subversive plugin can be found at:
The update site for Subversive can be found at:
Installation instructions can be found at:
Information on the Eclipse Git plugin (Egit) can be found at: http://www.eclipse.org/egit/
It has been reported that creating a repository or accessing Window/Preferences/Team/Git/Configuration hangs LPCXpresso IDE. A solution for this is to append to the following line to the lpcxpresso.ini file:
Remember to replace C:/path/to/Git/etc with your local Git installation path.
Microsoft produce an offical Eclipse plugin for TFS. For more details, see: