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From: Jesper Steen Møller <jesper_at_selskabet.org>
Date: 2006-09-05 23:14:14 CEST

Eugene Kuleshov wrote:
> Jesper Steen Møller wrote:
>>> Is there is something in Synchronize view that prevents from getting
>>> rid of this confusing pending operations view? Essentially that view
>>> has the same meaning as Synchronize...
>> I used that back when the Synch stuff was not working, and it sort of
>> just stayed around... Synchronize to me seems unnatural to me, I
>> usually concentrate on "my change", and for that, the Pending
>> Operations View is great.
>>
>> 1. Less graphical clutter
>> 2. Doesn't contact the repository (and the repo I'm tracking just
>> this instance is down, so there...)
>> 3. Faster, too.
>>
>> I'm not exactly going to be pissed off if it's removed, I'll just
>> make a separate plugin with the old code! ;-)
> Not sure what you mean by #1 (flat mode should give the same
> representation), but #2 and #3 should be possible to address in the
> Sync view. I don't think it need to contact repository when it is in
> outgoing-only mode.
In #1, I was comparing the wide layout of the pending ops view with the
tall layout of the Synch view in the Synch perspective - an unfair
comparison, Eclipse optimizes the vertical real-estate quite well (and
without the table headers, Synch view actually ends up giving MORE space
for content than the pending ops view.

I also found out I could suppress changing the perspective when synching.

The upshot is a +1

-Jesper

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