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Re: [Subclipse-users] Newbie comments/questions

From: David Corbin <dcorbin_at_machturtle.com>
Date: 2006-02-20 18:42:45 CET

On Sunday 19 February 2006 08:17 pm, Mark Phippard wrote:
> > 1) Why does the Revert have a dialog? I seem to recall the CVS
> equivalent
> > (Overide and Update) simply operats on all the selected files.
> I cannot imagine Revert not having a dialog.

You can't? Why not simply revert the selected files? Unless I missed
something, all that it's doing is asking me to select files I've already
selected. I guess I can see an advantage in having a confirmation message
box, but the full blown dialog just makes me slow down to make sure all the
right checks are checked.

> As for Override and Update,
> we have the option but it is currently only enabled and implemented when
> there is an Incoming and Outgoing change for the same file. About a week
> or two ago, someone on the dev@ list expressed the intention to implement
> the option for the other scenarios to make it more consistent with the CVS
> opion.
> > 2) CVS synchronize has a pair of handy buttons for "commit all" on the
> > toolbar. Any reason Subclipse doesn't?
> I believe this comes along with key binding support. Again, someone has
> been working on a patch to implement this feature. They are down to just a
> couple of stumbling blocks if you want to pickup the patch and try to
> finish it.

Sigh. Unfortunately, what time I have for open-source projects is arleady

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