Subversive vs. Subclipse

By Doug Schaefer

One of the most common Google searches I see in my Feedjit log is from
people looking for help in the whole Subversive versus Subclipse
debate. It has always dumbfounded me why we have two efforts building
Eclipse team providers for Subversion. But I've long given up on
fighting that battle.

So
as I start to dive into the code for qemu, I found myself in need of
making that choice again. Some would say go with Subversive since it's
an Eclipse project. I would, but they are mired in provisioning hell
with a key component for making it work being on another site due to
licensing/IP reasons. That didn't turn me on much so I'm going with
Subclipse.

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