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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Accelerator Keys

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-11-07 17:15:51 CET

Denny Valliant <valliant@unm.edu> wrote on 11/06/2005 07:07:24 PM:

> Well, I cleaned up the patch even more, removed some useless vars, added

> dispose() (don't know if it's needed, and I don't dispose anything, but
> I haven't notice memory consumption jumping) and added labels for the
> commands. The frugalness in me wanted to just use the tooltip labels,
> cuz they would work for now, but I guess we should do it right, as maybe

> they'ed differ someday. Guess 4 or so more lines to the
> plugin.properties won't hurt anything ?
> Eh. Only issues now is the fact that it
> A: doesn't work from "synchronize" view
> and
> B: The SVN menu is always visible. I'd like it to hide itself if no SVN
> actions are available, but of yet, haven't figured out how.
> If A and B don't bother anyone, I'll submit the patch.

Some people have asked for a menu and toolbar buttons, so I have no
problem that this feature adds those. What I am a bit concerned about is
that these keyboard shortcuts only work if you are showing the menu. If
you use Customize Perspective and remove the menu then you lose the
shortcuts. To me, that sounds like something is still wrong. I wish I
could say what.

I also think this should work from Synchronize. Have you looked at the
actions in the Synch view at all? I recall we had to provide special
actions for that view. Perhaps that is why the shortcuts do not work?

> On a side note, how would I get the issue # dialog in my subversion
> projects? Do I have to be using some type of issue tracker?

Just set the bugtraq:xxx properties on your project folder. See:



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