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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Action view?

From: Eugene Kuleshov <eu_at_md.pp.ru>
Date: 2006-02-07 03:42:14 CET

   Guys, maybe you should stop inventing new view and fooling around
with those dialogs? It is all already there.

   View you are looking for is called Synchronize view and it is provide
all the infrastructure to see changes and call comparison _editors_.

   With a correspond data provider it would also allow to group outgoing
changes together before committing (either manually or using some tools,
e.g. Mylar).

   regards,
   Eugene

Denny Valliant wrote:
> Mark Phippard wrote:
>
>> "Jesper Moller" <jesper@selskabet.org> wrote on 01/27/2006 10:10:03
>> AM:[...]
>>
>>
> > I have a different idea which I put into
> > the bug report, to make a new compare
> > dialog (which is neccessary anyway to
> > fix the issue with the file being editable
> > and the wrong buttons) which also has
> > a commit message edit field, so you
> > could "carry the text around" while
> > looking at the diffs for each file.
>
> It could be the commit view!
>
> Then throw in spell checking, class/file
> name completion, and a bunch of other
> stuff for the log text! :-)
>
> :-) I love the patch.
> **
> I had this sitting in "Drafts" and thought
> what the hell, it's an idea. The comments
> about the latest patch submission (thanks
> author of patch:) for unversioned resources
> got me to thinking that maybe Mark was
> onto something when he was talking about
> getting rid of the modal dialog... and thus,
> why not send this out, as an idea? A view
> for the various actions vs. the dialog?
>
> Eh. Guess the hard part is the design, not
> the idea, but I'd like to second the nixing
> of the modal dialog... or maybe keep
> the dialog, but add a view, where we
> could stick some features that the dialog
> doesn't have space for? "Extended"
> actions maybe? Something like that?
>
> I was just liking the idea of non-modal
> but having trouble concieving how, and
> thought, hey, maybe Mark or someone
> else has thought of a philosophy regard'n
> the idea, or whatever.
>
> If that was Mark that proposed it even.
>
> Just idle thoughts, sorta...
>
> Thanks,
> -denny

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