[REQ] Close All Read Only Plugin

It would be great to have a plugin that could close all the read only files. I will typically look around at a lot of files and check out the ones I need to change. Then when I'm ready to start I have to manually find all the file that I looked at but did not check out and close them.

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I'd like to take that one step farther. Close all read only files and
open all writable files in the project or module.

charles decroes wrote:

It would be great to have a plugin that could close all the read only files. I will typically look around at a lot of files and check out the ones I need to change. Then when I'm ready to start I have to manually find all the file that I looked at but did not check out and close them.

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I'll see your "close all readonly" + "save" and raise you a
"but don't close any read-only files that have been had their tab(s)
pinned "
(that tab pinning feature must be useful for something)

basically clean up my tabs and save my state

"Brad" <brad@somewhere.com> wrote in message
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I'd like to take that one step farther. Close all read only files and
open all writable files in the project or module.

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charles decroes wrote:

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It would be great to have a plugin that could close all the read only

files. I will typically look around at a lot of files and check out the
ones I need to change. Then when I'm ready to start I have to manually find
all the file that I looked at but did not check out and close them.

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Ok so now we just need someone that knows the open api to code this thing up. Anyone....anyone??

I'll see your "close all readonly" + "save" and raise you a
"but don't close any read-only files that have been had their tab(s)
pinned "
(that tab pinning feature must be useful for something)
basically clean up my tabs and save my state

"Brad" <brad@somewhere.com> wrote in message
news:c9puhu$gkt$1@is.intellij.net...

>> I'd like to take that one step farther. Close all read only files and
>> open all writable files in the project or module.
>>
>> charles decroes wrote:
>>
>>> It would be great to have a plugin that could close all the read
>>> only
>>>

files. I will typically look around at a lot of files and check out
the ones I need to change. Then when I'm ready to start I have to
manually find all the file that I looked at but did not check out and
close them.


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Hi,
Just hint:

FileEditorManager
/**

  • @return all opened files. Order of files in the array corresponds to the order of editor tabs.

*/
public abstract VirtualFile[] getOpenFiles();

VirtualFile
/**

  • Checks whether this file has write permission. Note that this value may be cached and may differ from

  • the write permission of the physical file.

*

  • @return <code>true</code> if this file is writable, <code>false</code> otherwise

*/
public abstract boolean isWritable();

Then again
FileEditorManager
/**

  • @param file cannot be null

  • @return all editors for the specified <code>file</code>

*/
public abstract FileEditor[] getEditors(VirtualFile file);

TIA,
Dmitry

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