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I am working in Eclipse Kepler on an Android project and all files are version controlled by Subversion. In Eclipse I have Subclipse installed and it works well.

If I want to commit or update a file I have to right click in the Eclipse project explorer on the file, open the submenu Team and then click either Commit or Update. I want to skip this annoying submenu Team and just have to right click the file and click Commit immediately. Is this possible? Maybe by using a plugin?

The image below shows the problem. I just want a few of the menu items like Commit, Update, Merge and Revert in the top-level menu, below Copy, Paste and Delete. The Subclipse menu

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Same problem here. +1 – Cody Piersall Sep 9 '13 at 18:36

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