CollabNet Desktop – Eclipse Edition and CollabNet Desktop – Visual Studio Edition greatly simplify software development, driving productivity and software quality. You can access key TeamForge and Subversion functionality from within your favorite integrated development environment (IDE), including for change management and version control .NET and Java.
Source Code Management: access repositories and perform all Subversion-related activities with support of a powerful interface for merge tracking, graphical conflict resolution, and tree conflict handling.
Issue Tracking and Change Management: perform tracker searches to view relevant work items, use in place editing to update multiple artifacts and submit changes at once, link code commits to work items
Agile project management: view project planning folders, drag and drop work items into folders to create or update a project plan, view real-time graphical status reports of progress against the plan
Document Management and Collaboration: up- and download folder hierarchies; search discussion forums, wikis and other data (across projects)
Continuous Build & Test Integration: access continuous build artifacts and build logs; locate documentation and binaries stored in document manager and file release system
Lab Management: dynamically provision build and test servers right from within your IDE; manage resources in a private or a public cloud.
The AnkhSVN and Subclipse components of the desktop solutions enable developers to perform common Subversion-related tasks without leaving their IDE, including viewing the status of source code, updating a Subversion working copy, committing changes, and browsing repositories.
It's easy to get up and running with CollabNet Desktops. Just provide a URL and credentials, and you’re up and running. You will have access to your projects right away. CollabNet functionality works behind the scenes, managing configuration and access to related Subversion repositories for source code management, issue tracking, documents and other project artifacts.