Description of problem:
... if it was moved then which rpm package holds it?
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Are you referring to some third-party plugin? AFAIK there is no "webdav" plugin for Eclipse packaged in Fedora.
I've just been looking at this:
but I realize this must be outdated & abandoned in the mainstream too.
So I guess the way we do it is to link up to webdav namespace using OS then Eclipse to it, right?
(In reply to lejeczek from comment #2)
> I've just been looking at this:
> but I realize this must be outdated & abandoned in the mainstream too.
> So I guess the way we do it is to link up to webdav namespace using OS then
> Eclipse to it, right?
I have never seen that page before, so it must be deprecated before I was involved!
But yes, you can probably mount your WebDAV volume just using nautilus (Files -> Connect to Server) or there are many other options like samba, nfs, ssh-fs, whatever.
You may also be interested in RSE: http://help.eclipse.org/mars/index.jsp?topic=%2Forg.eclipse.rse.doc.user%2Fgettingstarted%2Fg_start.html&cp=69_0
In which case "dnf install eclipse-rse"
Either way, I will close this bug.
it's a bit of a shame, would be handy to have webdav connector in Eclipse, again. Nope, I don't think RSE work with webdav, I had tried and failed.