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Re: Show pending SVN operations

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-09-13 20:39:07 CEST

On 13-Sep-05, at 12:27 PM, Mark Phippard wrote:

> Scott Palmer <scott.palmer@2connected.org> wrote on 09/13/2005
> 12:05:59
> PM:
>> I find the pending operations view convenient, am I the only one?
>> Just as 'svn status' doesn't list version controlled resources with
>> no changes, I like having the pending operations view without having
>> to search through a massive tree of resources manually.
> Like I said, I have never really looked at the code because the view
> itself just doesn't interest me. My issue with the view is that I
> do not
> really understand its purpose. I tend to think it is just a
> historical
> relic at this point. It was probably added at a point in time in the
> project's history when the decorators were problematic and the
> Synchronize
> view was just a dream. Now that those features exist and are solid
> having
> a third option with the same info feels out of place.

I guess I need to learn more about this synchronize view.

I don't understand what the controls do in that view: What does Pin
Current Synchronization mean? What does it mean to "Remove Current

It only shows one project, that's a major problem. I want to see the
changes in my Workspace and so I have to manually go through each
project and view them one at a time in the synchronize view...
that's the sort of stuff that computers are for :).

It's funny, because when I right-click on my project in that view I
see an option to "Remove from View"... what is the point of removing
a project from the view if there isn't really any way to add a
project to the view?

Is there a way to view diffs from the synchronize view?

Must be an Eclipse thing... but it is less useful than it should be
Received on Wed Sep 14 04:39:07 2005

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