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Re: [Subclipse-users] Show Change Sets is greyed out

From: Eugene Kuleshov <eu_at_md.pp.ru>
Date: 2007-01-25 07:05:54 CET

  No. There is no additional configuration.
  Note that you should be within an active task in order to get
automatic change sets. In some cases Mylar can't create change set in
time and the current work around is to deactivate and then activate task.

  See http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Mylar_User_Guide#Team_Support

  regards,
  Eugene

Vairoj A. wrote:
> Thanks Eugene. You're right, my Synchronize view is in
> Wincoming/Outgoing mode. That's why the button is disabled.
>
> Right now I have Synchronize view shows Change Set, however, Mylar
> still doesn't automatically create change set for me when I edit,
> modify files within an active task. Are there any special or
> additional configuration required?
>
> Eugene Kuleshov wrote:
>> Vairoj A. wrote:
>>> I have installed Mylar 1.0.1 with Subclipse integration. Now the
>>> "Show Change Sets" button on Synchronize view is disabled. Prior to
>>> installing Mylar, this button is works normally.
>>>
>>> Are there any configuration options that need to be activated first
>>> in order to use this button again?
>> As far as I know Mylar does not suppose to have any impact on the
>> change sets.
>>
>> However you can't use change sets when Synchronize view is in
>> Incoming/Outgoing mode. So, use either Incoming mode to see incoming
>> changesets, or Outgoing mode to see local changesets that are either
>> created manually or managed by Mylar.
>>
>> regards,
>> Eugene

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