Configuring a CVS Connection
Before you can add projects to or export projects from CVS, you must
define your CVS repository settings. This procedure describes how to configure
a connection to a CVS repository.
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To add a new CVS repository:
Open the CVS perspective
by going to Window | Open
Perspective | Other | CVS Repository Exploring.
In the CVS Repositories
view, click the Add CVS Repository button
on the view's toolbar -or- right-click within the view and
select New | Repository Location.
The "Add CVS Repository" dialog will open.
Enter the information
required to identify and connect to the repository location:
Host - The host address (e.g. mycomputer.com).
Repository path - The path to the repository on the
host (e.g /usr/local/cvsroot)
User - The user name with which you connect to the repository.
Password - The password for the user name.
Connection Type - The authentication protocol for the
There are four connection methods:
- a CVS specific connection method.
- an SSH 2.0 client.
- provides a pserver connection over ssh2.
ext - the
CVS ext connection method which uses an external tool such
as SSH to connect to the repository.
to create your connection.
CVS repository will now be added to the CVS Repository view.
a CVS Repository Location in the Workbench User Guide
for more information.
guides can be accessed from inside Zend Studio
by going to Help | Help Contents,
or from the Eclipse Online Documentation site (http://help.eclipse.org/neon/index.jsp).