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Re: Show pending SVN operations

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-13 20:48:45 CEST

Scott Palmer <scott.palmer@2connected.org> wrote on 09/13/2005 02:39:07

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

The Synchronize View is an Eclipse feature that Team providers can extend
for their tool. The online help that comes with Eclipse (while mentioning
CVS) mostly also applies to Subversion.


You can have many projects in the view. Eugene can comment further, but I
think you can even have CVS and SVN projects in the same view at the same


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