On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 5:11 AM, Thomas Schuett <ts333_at_gmx.net> wrote:
> The svn compare view is completely different to the svn sync view, as in the compare, the list of differing files is in a panel _on_top_ of the main compare panel. Thus, both the file list and the main compare panel have to share the screen height with each other.
> Personaly I would prefer to have the file list _at_the_side_ of the main compare panel, so both could make use of the whole screen height.
> As this is not only a visibility thing, but an outcome of somehow completely different programming for compare and for sync (not much code reuse), this "problem" is coupled with a feature integration, I am thinking about:
Are you aware that neither of those two features are part of Subclipse?
The compare UI comes from the Eclipse Compare component that is part
of the core Eclipse Platform. We provide the Model and it provides
the View and Controller. Similarly, the Synchronize View is part of
the core Eclipse Team component. AFAIK, we have fairly minimal
control over how the UI behaves in either of these tools.
> I want to integrate "diffj" into eclipse/subversive, so that one, after seeing a list of differing files, can activate a filter, so he only sees those files, which have "real" differences in therms of diffj.
This is Subclipse mailing list. Subversive is a different product,
> Now I wonder, if other people also dislike the not-so-conform svn compare view, and if there are plans to reprogram it, so that is is closer to svn sync (as for example cvs compare is close to cvs sync).
> If so, I could probably save the ugly work of double implement the diffj filter, once for the svn compare, and once for the svn sync.
I am not aware of the current state of the CVS UI, but I know that
when these features were originally implemented in Subclipse they were
more or less identical to how CVS used them as that as where we
learned how to use the API.
If someone wants to implement a compare feature that uses the
Synchronize view they are certainly welcome to try. We accept
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Received on 2012-02-09 13:40:21 CET