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The Eclipse plug-in XPairtise provides a platform for distributed pair programming.

XPairtise - Pair Programming for Eclipse

     

The Eclipse plug-in XPairtise provides a platform for distributed pair programming. The plug-in offers shared editing, project synchronization, shared program and test execution, user management, built-in chat communication and a shared whiteboard.

Pair programming is a key practice in Extreme Programming (XP) whereby two programmers share the same terminal and program together. Distributed pair programming is the practice of pair programming where the two programmers comprising the pair are in different locations.

Scope of this guide

This guide is intended for the release of version 1.0.1. The design of the views might differ from the ones showing up on the reader's computer screen, as this guide was created on a Windows XP operating system.

Click here to download: http://xpairtise.sourceforge.net/

     

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Posted on: March 10, 2008

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