Installing SVN support in Aptana Studio 3

Its been a few years since I have worked anywhere that still uses Subversion as their day to day version control system. But the other day at work I needed to check out some old legacy code which was stored in a svn repository on an old development server. Then it struck me I didn’t even have subversion available on my work machine! I could have simply installed it from the command line but I use to like have the ability to compare code across multiple revisions directly within my IDE. Here I am going to cover off the required steps to getting support for Subversion installed into Aptana Studio 3. Continue reading “Installing SVN support in Aptana Studio 3” »

By |September 5th, 2013|Programming|0 Comments

Useful Keyboard Shortcuts For Aptana Studio

The last couple of years I have been using Aptana Studio exclusively as my IDE of choice, after deciding it offered the power of Eclipse in a more user friendly format. I find the standard Aptana theme very easy on the eyes when coding for long amounts of time. Unfortunately though sometimes the colour scheme can make finding matching brackets a pain. Luckily though a friend filled me on in the “Goto matching Bracket” feature. To find a matching bracket in Aptana Studio or Eclipse simply put your cursor on the line containing the bracket you would like to find the partner for and press CTRL + SHIFT + P. This will open up a little menu box with an option labelled “Goto matching Bracket”, selecting this will then magically transport your cursor to the line of its matching bracket. Continue reading “Useful Keyboard Shortcuts For Aptana Studio” »

By |December 4th, 2012|Programming|1 Comment