Since Sigasi Studio is built on Eclipse, you can install third party Eclipse plugins.
The best place to start looking for a plugin is the Eclipse Marketplace. We list some interesting plugins here. Since these are third party plugins, there is no official support from Sigasi.
Unlike most Eclipse distributions Sigasi Studio is shipped without the Eclipse Marketplace plugin, and without the standard Eclipse update sites. Hence, you have to use the old mechanism for installing new plugins, and add the plugin update site.
- Adding the update site
- First, find the update site for the plugin you want to install. For example: for the Mercurial plugin, the update site is https://foss.heptapod.net/mercurial/mercurialeclipse-updatesite/-/raw/branch/default/p2
- Click Help > Install New Software Now click Add and fill out the update site. Press OK to confirm.
- Still in the Install dialog, search for the plugin you want to install. You can browse the list of available plugins or use the filter text above the list of plugins.
- Select the checkbox for the plugin and click Next
- Follow the instructions for the rest of the wizard.
Sigasi Studio supports a wide range of Revision Control Systems (also know as Version Control or Source Control systems). Support for revision control is based on Eclipse plugins. This section contains a preliminary listing of the most popular revision control systems.
Recommended plugin: EGit This plugin is shipped with the standalone version of Sigasi Studio.
For Subversion we recommend the Subclipse plugin.
To install this plugin, perform these steps in the Help > Install New Software… window:
- Add https://subclipse.github.io/updates/ to the Work with: line. This will provide the latest version of Subclipse.
- Then search for Subclipse and proceed with the installation.
To install older versions of Subclipse of if you need more information on Subclipse, you can refer to the documentation on https://github.com/subclipse/subclipse/wiki.
Note that we no longer recommend the Subversive plugin since it is only available up to Eclipse oxygen.
Note that this is the Open Source ClearCase plugin hosted on SourceForge, not the official ClearCase plugin distributed by IBM.
While this is not strictly speaking a version control system, Sigasi Studio has a built-in feature that keeps a local history of your files. Learn more.
Some other popular revision control systems include:
- Tcl: see the Eclipse Tcl support in Sigasi Studio tech article.
- Python: You can add support for Python to Sigasi Studio by installing the PyDev Eclipse plugin. Use https://www.pydev.org/updates as update site.
- You can use the Saros plugin to remotely collaborate on the same project with multiple people. You’ll see edits from collaborators in your own editor as they happen. To install the Saros plugin in Sigasi Studio, use https://www.saros-project.org/update-site/eclipse as update site.