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Re: Copy (non java) directories in eclipse leads to severly breakage

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-16 14:51:04 CEST

Huibert Alblas <huibert@splitbrain.de> wrote on 08/16/2005 06:35:11 AM:

> My question is:
> - will these bugs be solved any time soon
> - if not, is doing it on the command line the best way to go, or is
there a
> better way (prefferably in eclipse)

I doubt anyone is looking at these issues right now. The command line or
a GUI wrapper such as TortoiseSVN would be the best way.

> On the other hand, if someone can point my to the "right" location in
> plugin source, I could try and implement it my self.
> Can't be to hard for a full time Java programmer :-()
> If this takes about a day or so, my boss is OK with me spending company
> on implementing it.
> But for this I'm probably on the wrong list here.

It would be great if you wanted to look into it. At the moment I do not
have any suggestions as to where to look in the code. The simplest thing
to do might be to add options to the Team menu for Copy and Move. You
would want to create a UI that restricted the operation to the same
project. The underlying commands to do the copy/move are already written
and available, you just need to create a UI. This would at least give a
user an option for doing it from within Eclipse. The next step would be
to find the right bits of code to intercept all of the Eclipse built-in
operations and redirect them to the Subversion command when appropriate.


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