How behind 3.0.5 compare to latest EAP build?

I wonder how behind 3.0.5 release version is compared to the latest EAP build number 929 in term of CVS integration support?

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Just check the EA version - concerning CVS support - it's far ahead :)

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"seeyam" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message news:6199789.1064530739715.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

I wonder how behind 3.0.5 release version is compared to the latest EAP build number 929 in term of CVS integration support?

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Thank you!



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seeyam wrote:

I wonder how behind 3.0.5 release version is compared to the latest EAP build number 929 in term of CVS integration support?


The CVS integration has been completely rewritten using a pure-Java CVS
client in EAP. It's much better now, with nifty History dialogs and
Commit Project dialogs and in-editor Annotate results, etc. Lots of stuff 8)

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Gordon

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Of course there's some backwards motion also. The current builds don't allow you to specify which tag to run a CVS diff against. (It always uses the HEAD tag, rather than the current sticky tag for a branch checkout).

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The Aurora CVS support isn't as keyboard-friendly as that in 3.0.5,
either...

"Glenn McGregor" <glenn@lucentradius.com> wrote in message
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Of course there's some backwards motion also. The current builds don't

allow you to specify which tag to run a CVS diff against. (It always uses
the HEAD tag, rather than the current sticky tag for a branch checkout).


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What exactly is not keyboard friendly?

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"Kendall Collett" <tm237hq8jk4302@sneakemail.com> wrote in message
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The Aurora CVS support isn't as keyboard-friendly as that in 3.0.5,
either...

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"Glenn McGregor" <glenn@lucentradius.com> wrote in message
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Of course there's some backwards motion also. The current builds don't

allow you to specify which tag to run a CVS diff against. (It always uses
the HEAD tag, rather than the current sticky tag for a branch checkout).

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Well, for starters, the update popup doesn't have accelerators (e.g. Alt-D
to toggle -d/create directories); look at the popup in 3.0.5 to see what I'm
talking about.

I've been assuming that keyboard-friendliness is something you've been
putting off until the functionality is baked. Have I got that wrong?

Kendall

"Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains)" <valentin@intellij.com> wrote in message
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What exactly is not keyboard friendly?

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"Kendall Collett" <tm237hq8jk4302@sneakemail.com> wrote in message
news:blimbp$ve6$1@is.intellij.net...

The Aurora CVS support isn't as keyboard-friendly as that in 3.0.5,
either...

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"Glenn McGregor" <glenn@lucentradius.com> wrote in message
news:11059813.1064643034074.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net...

Of course there's some backwards motion also. The current builds don't

allow you to specify which tag to run a CVS diff against. (It always

uses

the HEAD tag, rather than the current sticky tag for a branch checkout).



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