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suggestion: to provide icon for projects with new files

From: Sridhar V Iyer <iyers_at_rocketmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-02 04:15:59 CET


Presently Subclipse has a wonderful functionality.
If a file changes within a project Subclipse shows a
small icon - black with a colorless star - indicating
that something has changed in this project. So just
looking at the project nodes level you know something
has changed.

But, if a new class is created in the project the
project does not have any indication. The new file has
a ? icon on it which you see if you drill down to the

Can we enhance Subclipse to show a - black with a
colorless ? - or a blue with a colorless star - to
indicate, at the project level, that the project has
new files not under version control ?

If the user sets the file to ignore or adds it to
version control/commits this icon should go away ?

What are the issues ? what do you guys think ?

So just looking at the project nodes you know that
something has changed or added.


Sridhar Iyer
email- iyers@rocketmail.com

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