CVS and the IDE

The CVS Repository Exploring perspective lets you bring code from CVS into your workspace. If another developer changes the source in CVS while you're working on it, the IDE helps you synchronize with CVS and resolve any conflicts. You can also choose to automatically notify the CVS server whenever you start working on a file. The CVS server then notifies other developers who work on that file as well. Finally, the CVS Repository Exploring perspective lets you check your modified code back into CVS.

Note: The IDE connects to CVS repositories that reside only on remote servers — you can't have a local CVS repository (i.e. one that resides on your host computer) unless it's set up to allow CVS pserver, ext, or extssh connections.

Since the CVS Repository Exploring perspectives is a core Eclipse feature, you'll find complete documentation in the Eclipse Workbench User Guide.

Subversive isn't included with the Eclipse Platform, and to be useful within Eclipse, it must be used in conjunction with separately-licensed connectors.

Related concepts
SVN and the IDE
Local history feature
Project files (.project and .cproject)
Using the core Eclipse source control documentation in the IDE
Importing existing source code into the IDE
Using container projects
Importing a BSP or other QNX source packages
Exporting projects