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A workspace is associated with a single instance of Eclipse. It contains your projects and their settings as well as global preferences like keyboard shortcuts.
To perform team development, you only want to share your source code. This is done with a source control system. To use one, you need to set up a server that will store the master copy of your source (the respository) and then set up a client on each computer you'd like to use for development.
CVS and Subversion are two very popular -- and free -- source control systems. Both also integrate well with Eclipse (and thus Flex Builder). For details:
* CVS: http://www.nongnu.org/cvs/ , http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/CVS_FAQ#Getting_Started
* Subversion: http://subversion.tigris.org/project_packages.html , http://subclipse.tigris.org/
Hope that helps,
Wow! Any additional help on how to set this up would be greatly appreciated! I have myself and two other programmers completely baffled on how this works and the "help" is no help at all!
We're running a windows 2003 web Server. How do I set this up?
Thank you for all of your time... it's greatly appreciated. I was able to install and configure the subversion system and it appears to work great for CFEclipse stuff... I still have a basic misunderstanding of how Flex Builder project spaces can be shared. Since I can't create a project outside of my workspace, how is someone else to gain access to that project? Do we create two of the same projects in each others individual workspace and then "share" the files? Do I somehow export the project? I can't figure Flex Builder out on the sharing part.
Ok... nevermind - After some experimenting we figured it out... Everything is good with the world again! :)
Again, thank you for you time! This makes our lives MUCH easier!