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General Questions

From: Denny Valliant <valliant_at_unm.edu>
Date: 2005-11-14 04:06:31 CET

Hello Everybody!

    Just some general questions. First off, is there anyone involved in
the project who also works on CVS? I ask, because in my quest to
implement the keybindings I have of course been looking at the CVS
plugin extensively. I notice that therein instead of linking everything
against the IResource, they storta abstract things out a little (I think
that's what it's called). Sorta using a hasmap and resource "mapping"
and "transversal" and whatnot. If'n you're on the CVS project, I'm
guessing you'll know why. And I was just sorta curious.

Still haven't figured a way to get keybindings to work if I disable the
actionset... I think it's because that's the only place where I "link"
them to the "commands" that call the actions. I've tried moving the xml
around in the plugin.xml, to various rates of success (namely none, but
I can move the toolbar menuitems around;) As for not working in sync
view, I think it comes from the getSelectedResources, if I step through
it I see for a second or so the actions are enabled, then disabled. This
is using the current keybinding patch. Mayhap if I fixed the
not-working-when-actionset-not-enabled bug it would fix the
not-working-in-sync-view bug. Bah.

On a side note, emulating the way CVS does it, I've been able to add SVN
repo's to the "Export Preferences" menu in Eclipse. Guess I may continue
on with it, if folks are interested, and no one else is currently
working on it... all it's doing so far is exporting them, haven't tried
exporting and then loading, or adding any settings besides repository
locations.
    As you could guess, this is probably related to me wonking the crap
outta my workspace, and finding that a good bit could be added to the
prefs that are exported via the "Export Preferences" in the Eclipse
export menu.

It's not really needed because exporting projects as Team Sets works
quite nicely, but I guess I'm just a wanderer of sorts. Bleh. Woulda
been better spent extending Eclipse itself, probably, but one thing at a
time, sorta, but not even, actually. :-P

Well, there was at least _one_ general question in there. Heh.

"Sage Francis ROX"
:Denny
Received on Mon Nov 14 14:06:31 2005

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