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AW: [Subclipse-dev] Extending the Commit Dialog

From: Spaeth, Christian <christian.spaeth_at_comsoft.de>
Date: 2007-10-19 11:26:13 CEST

Hmmm... I really should have done that earlier :(

To be honest, i did so and decided that it is to much overhead to implement an integration. Now, that i looked a bit more detailed into it, it might have been the wrong decision.

Now, that i am where i am, i don't want to start all over, so i'll have to live with this solution for now...

I assume, there is no other mechanism to extend the commit dialog in a "cleaner" way?

Anyway, thanks for your reply!

Regards,
  Christian

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Eugene Kuleshov [mailto:eu@md.pp.ru]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 18. Oktober 2007 18:21
An: dev@subclipse.tigris.org
Betreff: Re: [Subclipse-dev] Extending the Commit Dialog

  You should really look at Mylyn's support. Once your issue tracker is integrated with Mylyn, you'll get version control integration for free.

  regards,
  Eugene

Spaeth, Christian wrote:
> im a Java developer, currently working on a Project to integrate a
> Bug-Tracking-System into Eclipse by writing a plugin.
>
> The basic idea is to extend the Commit-Dialog with additional
> UI-Components, so the developers can easily choose a Ticket that
> belongs to the current checkin. By convention, the number of the
> ticket number has to be part of the commit message, so the plugin is
> responsible for prefixing the original message with this number.
> (Currently, the ticket number has to be added manually to the
> message). Since there are diffrent types of repositories used here, it
> had to work with subclipse as well as with the eclipse internal cvs-plugin.
>
> I started looking into it, my goal was to avoid patching subclipse or
> the cvs-plugin to stay open for new versions. Finally found two ways
> to archive this, but i'm not realy happy with them, since both involve
> coping code of hole classes from the underlying Plugins, wich again
> might cause problems in case of newer versions.
>
> Since i would like to provide a clean solution, I'm writing to this
> list in the hope that someone can point me to a propper way to
> integrate additional components into the commit dialog. I could not
> find any extention point which would serve this purpose, but maybe
> some of you have any Ideas?
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Christian Spaeth
>
>
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