Integrate/Install Subversion PlugIn into Aptana 3

Before starting the integration of subversion, check for Aptana Updates and install them.
Do this in the main menu ‘Help’ -> ‘Check for Updates’. After finishing the update, restart aptana.

Now you are ready to start the integration. First of all, add theSubversion Update site under ‘Help’ -> ‘Install new Software’:

After waiting for refreshing the listing, select the following entries and click next:

  • Subclipse – Required
  • Subversion Client Adapter – Required
  • Subversion Native Library Adapter (JavaHL) – Strongly Recommended

Subclipse SVNKit Option:

  • JNA Library
  • SVNKit Client Adapter
  • SVNKit Library

After finishing the integration, you must again restart aptana.

That’s it. After restart Aptana, you will find under ‘Window’ -> ‘Open Perspective’ -> ‘Other…’ the ‘SVN Repositiory Exploring’. There you can add some repository locations and check them out.

    • Yanko Ivanov
    • May 3rd, 2011

    thanks, I’ve been searching for that for a while. 🙂

    • Horst
    • June 16th, 2011

    Danke, das hab ich gesucht!

  1. nice post bro. waiting for the next part to show up

    • Ying
    • July 21st, 2011

    Thanks for it very much.

  2. Awesome! This allowed me to switch easily from Zend Studio to Aptana Studio 3. It’s all I needed.

  3. Thank you so much. Useful information.

  4. Thank you!

    • mrBrown
    • November 9th, 2011

    Works perfect. Is there a way to add or include login credentials? Need that for the project I’m working on now.

    • Bipins
    • November 10th, 2011

    Thank you for the post. I was looking for svn plugin.

  5. Ey, thanks, that post help me.

    Trying to install “Subversion Revision Graph” too but error happen.

    Regards from Bcn

      • tdeuling
      • February 7th, 2012

      have a look at the error message, this will show you which dependencies are missed.
      You have to install the required libraries, or install subclipse like me without the revision graph.

      Good luck,

  6. Great stuff. Thanks!

    • Marcelino
    • May 16th, 2012

    Thanks for the post. I’ve used it for installing the version 1.8x and it worked perfectly.

    Awesome job!

  7. Thanks! Worked like a charm!

  8. thank you, very nice. 🙂

  9. They really should embed this in their package. Who lives without SVN these days?

      • tdeuling
      • July 17th, 2012

      In the past i think the same, but Git is becoming more and more popular – and git is integrated home-made.

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