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

From: Mikhail Barg <mba_at_cosmigo.ru>
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2010 17:39:12 +0300

On 14.12.2010 17:28, Mark Phippard wrote:

>> Mark, if you check MercurialEclipse, it allows editing files during the
>> commit dialog. I think it can be useful to have the functionality Kamal
>> mentioned in Subclipse.
> How have they implemented it? Is the commit dialog modeless so you
> can switch back to the IDE and open edit files or are they somehow
> opened from the commit dialog?
> If the dialog is modeless have they implemented some kind of change
> listener so that files you edit are added to the already opened
> dialog? If you revert local changes do they get removed from open
> dialog etc?

It works like that: the commit dialog is modal, it shows the list of
changed files. When you doubleclick on one of the changed files in the
list, a modal file compare dialog pops up showing the changes you made.
In this dialog you may change your file and there are two buttons "Save
changes" and "Cancel".

I don't have it at hand currently, so I may be mistaken somewhere. I can
check it at home a bit later and post screenshots or something if you
are interested.

Best regards
           Mikhail Barg
Jabber: mba_at_cosmigo.ru
Skype: mikhail.barg
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