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More updates to the CDSVN scripts

Our friend from Brazil (Nilton Jr) sent us the attached update last year: CDSVN. I’m just getting around to posting them now. I haven’t tried them out, but they are “customizations [they] made to [their] environment”. Also, we got another contribution from Iou Bingyong: svnMenu.il. He says: I’m in China and I have tried your […]

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Pictorial introduction to using Cadence & Subversion

I previously blogged about some scripts I use to help Cadence & Subversion be more compatible. I received some feedback that the scripts were incomplete and came without any usage model. So, I went through an excercise to document the scripts and to make sure they were complete.

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Getting subversion and Cadence to play nice together

I wrote a set of scripts to make Cadence IC tools & Subversion work together. This requires subversion 1.4 or higher. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 by default ships with 1.3. See also Pictorial Introduction to Using Cadence/Subversion for detailed tutorial on usage. This post is mostly about the guts of the scripts. Note: this […]

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Getting subversion and Cadence to play nice

I wrote a set of scripts to make Cadence IC tools & Subversion work together. Note: this is not actual Cadence/Subversion integration (which is much more powerful and highly recommended). There were a few problems that I had to solve: Pesky .svn directories The main problem is that Subversion puts .svn housekeeping directories everywhere. When […]

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