We are develeoping our IVR application on Call Studio 10.5(based on Eclipse 3.7.2), CVP 10.5. Call Studio 10.5.
We want to use Git (Egit for Eclipse) for versioning our codes. Is there a Git support on Call Studio or is there anyone using Git with Call Studio? If yes, can you suggest us the correct version of Egit for Call Studio?
You want to store your Studio script code in Git? I am doing this now but not using an Eclipse plugin. I have a git repository folder on disk and it has all the project files under it; eg: app.callflow and callflow and deploy folders.
Would something like this work for you or do you need the Eclipse git integration? I've only had moderate success with git eclipse plugins in the past.
Were you able to get Egit plugin working with Call Studio ?
I am trying with below Versions, not able to push or pull to remote repo, but i am able to do all operations with local repo. Note :- I am able to do push and pull using Git Bash with same local repo.
Version :- 11.6.1
Eclipse Version: 3.7.2.v20120120-1424-9DB5FmnFq5JCf1UA38R-kz0S0272
Build id: M20120208-0800
Yes, i can use eGit in CallStudio. There is a problem when trying to checkout a branch from remote(not between local branches), i checkout branches using git bash or source tree. But i can fetch, pull, push etc. with these versions.
Call Studio Version: 10.5(1)
EGit Version 2.3.1
Somebody successfully do it in 2021 ?
How did you installed Egit 2.3 ?
Call Studio use a very old version of Eclipse
For Call Studio 12.5 = Eclipse 3.7.2
So very hard to integrate with cloud service
Here the Egit integration compatibility list
I tried with edit 2.3 but I get git-upload-pack error.
|Egit Version||version||Eclipse version|
|22.214.171.124307141637-r||4.3.0 (Kepler)||Eclipse 3.8.2/4.2.2 + (Juno)|
|126.96.36.199302201838-r||3.8.2/4.2.2 (Juno SR2)||Eclipse 3.7.2+ (Indigo) (except EGit Import Support feature, which is optional)|
|188.8.131.52212191850-r||3.8.1/4.2.1 (Juno SR1)||Eclipse 3.7.2+ (Indigo) (except EGit Import Support feature, which is optional)|
|184.108.40.206209190230-r||3.8.1/4.2.1 (Juno SR1)||Eclipse 3.5.2+ (Galileo) (except EGit Import Support feature, which is optional)|
|220.127.116.11206130900-r||3.8/4.2 (Juno)||Eclipse 3.5.2+ (Galileo) (except EGit Import Support feature, which is optional)|
|18.104.22.168202151440-r||3.7.2 (Indigo SR2)||Eclipse 3.5.2+ (Galileo)|
|22.214.171.124112221803-r||3.7.2 (Indigo SR2)||Eclipse 3.5.2+ (Galileo)|
|126.96.36.199109151100-r||3.7.1 (Indigo SR1)||Eclipse 3.5.2+ (Galileo)|
|188.8.131.52106090707-r||3.7.0 (Indigo)||Eclipse 3.5.2+ (Galileo)|
Do you use local git functionality from eclipse (Team) or just sync network folder with git/github with outside of eclipe to keep track of changes ?
For now I try to create a Master with a branch for each script, but I think the best way is to create a repo for each script ? but if so, it will take a while to create.