Mark Phippard wrote:
>> I spotted the following comment in your response to subversive folks.
>> Since I've put my hands on that piece of UI I wonder what piece you
>> like in their implementation?
> like their view where they split the affected paths into two panes. On
> the left is a tree showing the containers of the affected paths and as you
> select each one it then shows the files for that container. I would not
> want this to be the only view but I think it looks pretty good.
I thought you say that.
In my opinion such representation is actually usability issue. Because
they used table it is hardly fit anywhere on the screen (except maybe
maximized) and really hard to navigate without mouse.
Also note that they are using quite strange filtering. If you select
root of the tree on left panel, right panel would show all resources in
the affected paths and not just those in the root folder, then when you
go down to the tree it will narrow shown list to that subtree.
I think that idea of compressed folders (heavily used in other Eclipse
views, e.g. package explorer and synchronize view) provides much better
>> I also would like to suggest some minor enhancements to the current
>> UI. Namely introduce additional option that would allow to stack all 3
>> panels in History view vertically. I can submit a patch for this.
> I think a vertical stack option would also be a good idea, that is another
> thing they do and it provides more horizontal space for that affected path
Patch attached to issue
I also added buttons for enabling/disabling comments and paths areas
to the view toolbar.
By the way, I noticed that when "show tags" is enabled history view is
shown considerable slower. I wonder maybe it should update tags info
asynchronously after view is shown...
Also, how about changes for tags support I've been suggesting at some
Received on Thu Aug 24 06:49:39 2006