[opencms-dev] Development Environment Setup

Joe Desbonnet jdesbonnet at gmail.com
Tue Oct 25 14:42:25 CEST 2005

Depends on what you mean by "develop". If you mean source code, then I would
recommend Eclipse.

However if it's templates etc, it gets a little more tricky. I belive it's
possible to do this with in Eclipse also, and synchronize the Eclipse
workspace directory with the OpenCms VFS. This is something I have on my
todo list (way down on page 5 :-). But I think others have done something
similar. If you scan the list archive for "Eclipse" and "synchronize" you
may find a posting. Or hopefully someone else who knows more will reply.


On 10/25/05, shishank.mathur at wipro.com <shishank.mathur at wipro.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>  What is the best way to setup a development environment where a team of
> 10 people are working to develop site in OpenCms? Also which is the best
> IDE to use for such development environment?
>  The idea is to use CVS for source control. So is it possible to integrate
> CVS with OpenCms development?
>  Kind Regards,
> Shishank Mathur
> http://goshishank.blogspot.com
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