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Re: [Subclipse-dev] active changeset support in eclipse 3.2

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-05-22 16:55:05 CEST

Eugene Kuleshov <eu@md.pp.ru> wrote on 05/21/2006 08:50:12 PM:

> I was referring to RAD 7, which should be released this year.

Yes, so was I.

> You can do as you described, it should work. Another option is to
> CVS project and then compare it with some revision or previous tag.
> will be shown in Synchronize view, so you can enable Change Sets mode
> (available since 3.1) or if model support is enabled in Team / CVS /
> Synchronize/Compare / Allow models you can activate "Change Sets" model
(since 3.2).
> Here is how it look like. So you can see user, date and commit comment
> each change set. For svn it would be a good idea to show revision.

I have Mylar checked out in 3.2. I will take a look in a few days.

In the meantime, suppose you had the Subclipse trunk core project checked
out at r2130 amd you took the Synchronize option today. What should the
screen look like? I have attached the output of svn log. This has a good
mix of files that were changed multiple times, new files etc..

Take something like PeekStatusCommand.java. This was changed in r2150 and
r2181. Does it show twice? Is it a problem that we cannot update the
file to r2181 without including the changes from r2150? True
changeset-based SCM tools like BitKeeper, darcs and Bazaar-NG can do this.
 I would assume CVS has the same issues as SVN in these areas.


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