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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Patch for additional actions in affected paths panel [Re: Feature Request.]

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-07-22 19:16:36 CEST

Eugene Kuleshov <eu@javatx.com> wrote on 07/22/2005 01:10:21 PM:

> Mark Phippard wrote:
> >>> By the way, I wonder why comparison of two selected resources is not
> >>> enabled on the SVN repository explorer. That would help a bit with
> >>> comparing trunk and some other branch...
> >>
> >> Any comments about this?
> >
> > The answer to any question about why we have not done any feature is
> > simply that no one has done it. If you could do a feature like that
> > would nice to have. I am trying to focus on what we need to get to a
> > state. That doesn't mean these sort of enhancements are not welcome,
> > because they are.
> The reason I'm asking is because action is already there (it is used
> to compare two revisions in history view). The whole fix would be just
> to declare menu bindings in plugin.xml I guess.
> Another functionality regression comparing to CVS plugin is that
> Subclipse does not allow to create patch from Synchronize view. I'm not
> completely sure if existing patch action can be used from there, but
> most likely it will require minimum changes. I can look at this as well
> if you want me to, I just not sure if Martin is currently doing any work

> on Synchronize view...

My assumption is that Martin is working on the "internal" stuff still. I
doubt he is doing too much new actions or UI right now. If possible I
would suggest entering separate issues for things you want to work on, and
then "assign" them to yourself so that people know. Then you can also
just attach the patch to the issue when you are done.

All those things sounds good. If you start looking at the patch code,
there is an open issue about making "partial patches" out of the Pending
Operations view. If doing it from the Synch view provides that same basic
concept, that sounds good.



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