On 6/22/07, Eugene Kuleshov <email@example.com> wrote:
> Mark Phippard wrote:
> >> Yes I saw your changes, but haven't looked closely. Stuff seem to
> >> compile ok. We need to manually test changeset support and project
> >> linking based on svn properties, but I am not sure I'll have much time
> >> for this before Sunday.
> > My main concern was whether the dependencies are all still correct. I
> > mostly Eclipse do all the work.
> I committed small fixes for wrong class names and feature description.
> Still haven't done any real testing.
> >> One thing I'd like to suggest is to align Subclipse project names and
> >> their folders in svn. Right now some of them are using long names and
> >> some - short ones (like "subclipse_mylyn_feature", or "feature"). And we
> >> may need to update feature description for mylar stuff (i.e. say that it
> >> is optional and verify all descriptions).
> > I have done that in trunk for all the projects that still matter. The
> > only exception is the feature project and that is because it should be
> > the same name as the plugin project.
> Feature project name is "feature" and doc plugin is called
> "subclipse-doc" (one would expect it to be something like
> "org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.doc"). Sorting in package explorer is
> kinda odd when those projects aren't using common prefix.
I just have not got to those plugins yet for 1.5. They will be
renamed. We'll also likely have many new features.
> Also project folders in svn named inconsistently, i.e. /doc and /core,
> vs. /org.tigris.subversion.clientadapter
Renaming the repository folders would require everyone to checkout
again. That was why I did not do that.
> >> Also, are you planning to do this "compatibility" trick? I don't think
> >> it is really necessary.
> > I probably will. My main concern if I do not is that the dependency
> > of the old project on Mylar might prevent someone from cleaning up
> > Mylar or something like that.
> Thing is that if user already updated to new Mylar stuff, extension
> points in old Subclipse plugin for Mylar won't be loaded, so we should
> be fine without those tricks. Though it may worth to try that.
I know it is not essential, but it would just be small few K plugin.
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Received on Fri Jun 22 18:30:07 2007