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Commit process

From: Sung Kim <hunkims_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-11-08 09:56:26 CET

Hello,

I think there are couple issues in the commit process:

1. When we try to commit, it always asks about adding files via
promptForResourcesToBeAdded. (a bit annoying )
Also it tries to add all new files.

2. Even though there are no changes, it pops up commit windows. And it
actually performs commit. (Waste of network resources)

3. It didn't show what I changed and what I added. (I forget what I
changed when I commit)

Isn't it cool to add status table with the commit dialog such as:

------------------------------------
Commit

Edit the commit comment:

Choose a previous entered commit:

   File status
[v] /a/new.ajva added
[v] /a/aa.java modified
[v] /a/bb.java deleted
[ ] /a/aa.java~ ?

              [O K] [Cancel]
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Then we can skip promptForResourcesToBeAdded, since if a user check '?'
resource, it means add.

Also we are going to check status before commit and no popup if no
changes.

What do you think?

-
Sung
Received on Sat Nov 8 19:56:26 2003

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