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[Subclipse-users] [Subclipse-dev] Edit while commit

From: surya kamal kiran kuchibhotla <kamal.kuchibhotla_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 12 Dec 2010 11:58:40 -0500

Hi all,

This is the first email to Subclipse so if I am not doing something properly
here, please forgive me and point out the right thing/way to do it.
I have been happily using Subclipse plugin on latest versions of Eclipse
(3.2, 3.3 etc.. on Windows XP OS) for a while now.

I have an enchancement that I thought would be really nice to have.
A lot of times, I want to commit small changes to files from the package
explorer. But before i commit in the diff pane, I want to make certain
changes like adding a comment etc.... In order to do this, i need to come
out that dialog, change the file and commit again which is not so

I also use TortoiseSVN on the file system and it lets you edit the files
while committing and its really convenient.
Is there any way to do this in Subclipse itself so that i don't have to
switch to TortoiseSVN everytime ?

I think I can edit these files from the Synchronize view but i feel like its
quick to do this from any commit dialog without going to the Sync view.
I am sure some of you have already thought about it but I couldn't find any
issue in the tracker about this.
Please let me know if this is already discussed somewhere and if I missed
any issue.

If not, I am a developer interested in contributing this item to the
Can somebody point out to me where to get started?

Thanks much,


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