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Shortcut key configuration

From: Petter Mhln <petter.mahlen_at_jadestone.se>
Date: 2005-11-22 14:26:52 CET


I am new to Eclipse, so maybe this is a stupid question, but I have
sincerely tried to figure it out on my own and am stuck. I have installed
Subclipse and have started playing with it, it works nicely so far. The only
problem I have come across is that the 'commit' option is hidden in a kind
of remote place. I like to make changes and commits frequently, and I don't
like to use the mouse, so I would like to be able to configure a shortcut
key for "svn commit". But I cannot find any way to do that. Under
"Preferences/General/Keys", CVS shows up as a command category, but SVN
doesn't. That makes me think that the CVS plugin does something to tell
Eclipse about the commands that it exposes as potential shortcuts, and that
Subclipse doesn't? Or is there something else that I have to do in order to
make a shortcut for committing (or updating, or whatever)?

Thanks in advance,

Received on Wed Nov 23 00:26:52 2005

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