One of the listed plug-ins were "Zeus SCC-CVS". And this although I haven't installed "Agent SVN".
The Zeus SCC-CVS
is a SCC plug-in for CVS that comes as part of the Zeus install. It allows Zeus to talk to the CVS version control.
There is a tutorial on how to use it on the Start, All Programs, Zeus for Windows, Tutorials
menu. But this plug-in will only work with Zeus.
The Agent SVN
is a SCC plug-in for SVN and it is a separate download: http://zeusedit.com/agent/download.html
The Agent SVN
plug-in should work with any IDE that implements the MS-SCCI source control interface.
P.S. I'm using rsync.net for my svn repositories so I'm pretty curious on "Agent SVN"...
is probably a little different since it actually implements the MS-SCCI interface and I think it is one of only a few plug-ins that actually does so.
The MS-SCCI interface allows the plug-in to tie in directly to the menus of IDE itself (i.e. Checkout, Check In, Compare, Get Latest, History etc).
The initial setup can be a little tricky but once the setup is complete it should allow the IDE to seamlessly integrate with SVN.
Inside the Agent SVN
help file there are lots of tutorials on how to do this initial setup.
Here is an example of a typical once off
It looks like "Liquid XML Studio" implements the MS-SCCI so it should in theory work with Agent SVN
, but this has never been tested at this end