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Re: [Subclipse-users] Mylar question

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-18 19:00:06 CET

On 12/18/06, Kevin Menard <nirvdrum@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Mark. I feel a bit foolish now, but I've never had the need
> to use changesets with SVN before. Anyway, I'm all squared away now.
> Reading over your caveat, I may just opt to go the old route anyway.
> At least then I'll be sure to commit everything I need to related to a
> given issue. I'd hate to miss a resource just because I haven't
> worked with it for a little while.

The file would still show in the view, it just would not be included in the
change set.

The Mylar people say that it works this way for a reason. I think it has to
do with allowing Mylar to focus your UI on the task and let it manage the UI
for you. It will close and open editors for you based on certain actions
you take, as an example.

I have not had a chance to put it to any real world tests yet. I hope too
soon, and if I do, I'll probably blog something about.


Received on Mon Dec 18 19:00:13 2006

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