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Re: Show pending SVN operations

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-09-13 23:05:53 CEST

On 13-Sep-05, at 3:00 PM, Eugene Kuleshov wrote:

> Mark Phippard wrote:
>> 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.
>> http://help.eclipse.org/help30/index.jsp?topic=/
>> org.eclipse.platform.doc.user/reference/ref-33.htm
>> 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 time.
> That is true. You can have multiple mixed CVS and SVN syncs at
> the same time. The only problem is that single sync can't mix CVS
> and SVN (actually it is most annoying to me).

How? I looked at the docs at the supplied URL, they answered a
couple questions. E.g. what the verb "synchronize" meant in this
context - I thought it would do update/commit (which is also why I
didn't dare try a double click), but apparently it only re-scans for
new changes.

It doesn't say how you get more than one project to show up in the
synchronize view. I've been fiddling with this for quite a while now
and all I can get it to do is flip between projects in the
workspace. It won't ever show them all at once.

Received on Wed Sep 14 07:05:53 2005

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