If your development environment supports integration with code control systems by means of SCCI API, the plug-in can be installed without any problems. The most simple way to make sure that the plug-in will work with your IDE is to make sure that it will work with MS SourceSafe. As far as initially SCCI API was intended to work only with this system, it won't be difficult to get an answer to this question.
To install the plug-in you have to
- download its last version;
- run downloaded file svnproxy.exe for executing the automatic installation program. You do not have to select any options. It is only necessary to accept the license agreement conditions.
After these operations the plug-in is installed on your system, and you have to make sure that the integration with IDE is established. For this:
[MS VS .NET]
- Run VS .NET environment.
- Check the presence of additional menu item . If this menu item is active, the installation has been successful. If you do not see this menu item, then probably your VS .NET edition does not support integration by means of SCCI API. Contact Microsoft to find out how to update your VS .NET edition.
- Run VS environment.
- Check the presence of additional menu item . If this menu item is active, the installation has been successful.
- Run VB environment.
- Check the presence of additional menu item .
- If the menu item does not appear, do the following:
- Enable Source Control Add-in.
In Visual Basic, choose The Add-In Manager dialog is displayed. Select the add-in and enable it.
- If Source Code Control is not listed:
Close Visual Basic, edit your vbaddin.ini file (located by default in the Program Files folder), add the following entry under [Add-Ins32]. vbscc=3. Then repeat the previous step.