Eugene Kuleshov <email@example.com> wrote on 12/05/2005 11:19:51 AM:
> I didn't mean that they are the same, but there lot of similarity,
> so why not to unify this in a common view? It should also improve user
> I also would like to poit out that using modal dialog is generally
> bad idea. Note that core Eclipse is avoiding using dialogs to present
> any context-specific information (Properties and CVS/SVN History view
> are good example of this approach).
> So, you could create several sections in Properties view to show
> variaous properties, locks, etc... and use single univied view for
> this information.
I do not agree that this would be desirable, or even a proper use of that
view. I also think that the two instances of using modal dialogs that you
cite are appropriate, especially the one that allows you to edit the
commit properties. The other dialog could be modeless but given its
purpose and use, I do not think it is worth it.
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Received on Tue Dec 6 03:35:56 2005