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Re: suggestion: to provide icon for projects with new files

From: Dan North <dan_at_tastapod.com>
Date: 2005-11-02 15:20:01 CET

I was thinking about something similar recently:

I'd like the "add to version control" option to be enabled for any
folder that contains new stuff below it. That way I could right-click ->
add to version control at the project level, and get a dialog with any
new files displayed with checkboxes (already selected). Then I can
uncheck any I don't want to add, and the rest all get added.

To be honest though, I tend to do this as part of my commit anyway, but
it would be useful to be able to add multiple files without committing.


ps. I've finally managed to move my project team off of RAD 6 onto
Eclipse 3.2 milestone and subclipse is about a million times more
responsive. Thanks for a great piece of software.

Sridhar V Iyer wrote:

>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
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Received on Thu Nov 3 01:20:01 2005

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