Eugene Kuleshov <email@example.com> wrote on 12/05/2005 12:19:32 AM:
> I would like to point out some inconsistency for the properties
> There are several places where you can actually see these properties:
> -- SVN Properties view that can be activated by Team -> Properties
> action and allow to modify these properties
> -- Modal Commit Properties dialog that can be invoked from from SVN
> History view
> -- Modal Properties dialog that can be called from nodes on Repositories
> -- Standard Eclipse Properties view (shows some SVN properties such as
> user, data, etc., when selecting nodes on Repositories view)
None of these are the same thing.
1) This is purely a view for the SVN "versioned properties" management
2) This is an action specifically for editing the log message and author
for an existing commit. It changes the Subversion revision properties,
which is a separate feature in Subversion from versioned properties.
3) This dialog primarily exists to show lock information. I just figured
if I was going to make a dialog I might as well show more information. It
is a combination of the svn info command and the versioned properties.
4) This would just have the svn info information.
You left one out, when you right click in a resource in your workspace and
take the Eclipse properties option, there is a Subversion page on the
resulting dialog that show the svn info information.
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Received on Tue Dec 6 01:14:26 2005