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[Subclipse-users] Improving the Branch/Tag Process (was: What is Tags column on Resource History used for?)

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-03-15 21:10:05 CET

> 1) check that all selected elements are projects (done in plugin.xml)
> 2) select same target folder for all of them
> 3) for each selected project:
> -- update tag property file for each of them (considering above
> about revisions)
> -- commit tag property
> -- create copy of project in selected target folder
> It is an IDE and the main purpose of IDE is to make common operations
> simple. Otherwise I can go to command line and run script that will do
all of that.

Let me rephrase this to see if I understand:

1) Select more than one project in say the Navigator view or Package
Explorer --- Eclipse view. I think we can do this conditioning right in
the option contribution to the menu.

2) Find common parent URL of selections. If none exists probably issue
an error message.

I am going to change your script at this point to reflect what I would
actually consider doing.

3) Bring up Create tag dialog based on this common parent URL.

4) If tag is created, for each of the selected projects update the
subclipse:tags property if it is present.

I will not even consider doing any "commits" as part of this process, so I
left that out. User would have to commit any subclipse:tags property
changes after the tag is created.

Setting aside the parts we disagree on, would you say that this is what
you are suggesting? Essentially creating a tag based on the common parent
of the selections?



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