[Subclipse-users] Subclipse and the out of date folders feature, more to say?
From: MATHUS Baptiste <mathus.b_at_mipih.fr>
Date: 2006-12-24 14:55:03 CET
Hi all, Hi Mark,
I was going to comment on your blog on this entry : http://markphip.blogspot.com/2006/12/subclipse-synchronize-feature-show-out.html but then I thought I'd certainly be interesting to discuss it here instead.
Subclipse now lets you directly see what folders should be updated. In fact, I agree with Mark that it's certainly a lot better this way. At least, it permits to immediately remember that an update should be done.
Wouldn't it be interesting to add some related feature to this: add an option to automatically run update after a commit? I would personnally really be interested into having such feature. Moreover, I can't see a use case where someone would be interested in not running update after any commit to be up to date. Is there any thing I'm missing about it? If there is no interest in not running this update, why not rename/change the actual option to "automatically run update after commit"?
If you agree with the interest of such a feature, but have no time in implenting this, I could try and cope with subclipse code to add this. But as you already said, Mark, it's better agreeing on a subject with the subclipse developers when working on patch, so as not to work for nothing :).
So, what do you think?
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