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Re: New Subclipse Release coming

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-04-05 16:53:46 CEST

"Magnus Naeslund(w)" <mag@fbab.net> wrote on 04/05/2005 10:50:01 AM:

> Mark Phippard said:
> > I had been waiting for Subversion 1.1.4 to come out. Now that it is,
> > will put together a Subclipse release today or tomorrow depending on
> > time.
> >
> > If you have something you plan on committing that you want in the
> > please email me ASAP so I can wait for it.
> >
> Well maybe this time it's is too narrow, but sometime I would like to
> apply my "auto-add" functionality, but it hinges of of Panagiotis
> "auto-share" patch. I know my last combined patch is working "good
> since we're running it in production and test as we speak. Also I think
> my combined patch (auto-add ontop of auto-share) actually have them both
> working, but since I'm not entirely sure how auto-share should work I
> can't really say it's complete.
> But no-one has reviewed the code or answered the questions I had about
> I was doing stuff the right way (especially the gui<->core connection).
> I know it scratches our itches, but I don't know if the code is up to
> Subclipses code standard.
> So when I get the patch OK:ed from you guys I need to either wait for
> Panagiotis patch to be applied so I can diff against that, or apply my
> patch first so that Panagiotis can rediff against that...

I was hoping that Panagiotis would review it. Also, he has commit
authority so he can just commit both of them whenever he feels like it. As
long as you both test that your patch does nothing to make Eclipse 3.0.x
stop working, I do not have any objections.


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