Mark Phippard wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 8:34 AM, Dirk Olmes<dirk_at_xanthippe.ping.de> wrote:
>> Mark Phippard <markphip <at> gmail.com> writes:
>>> The main idea behind providing access to a diff is so that you can use
>>> it to help type your commit message. The old system required you to
>>> open/close the diff to do this. With the new dialog you can do them
>>> both. If you want to review your diff why not do that from the
>>> Synchronize view before you take the commit option?
>> Simple: I commit not only on a single project but on, say, a dozen.
>> They are all in the same svn location but being separate Eclipse
>> projects, I have to run the sync for a dozen projects - simply
>> prohibitive in terms of time it takes.
> On the Synch view itself, there is an option that launches a Wizard.
> You can have it synch all SVN projects in the workspace. Then use the
> Schedule option to have it refresh automatically. I have around 30
> projects in my workspace and do not even notice it.
:-) Learn something new every day. I didn't know about the schedule
option and it was hidden a bit in the sync view's preferences.
Anyway: the sync for my 83 projects in the workspace is running for
>5minutes now. That doesn't cut it for me - I sometimes have fast but
far-reaching refactorings to do and don't want to wait for the sync view
to catch up.
So the sync view is not really a viable alternative to a useable commit
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Received on 2009-09-08 15:00:57 CEST