CVS Dialogs

In v3.0 you can configure some dialogs to pop-up for cvs operations to allow you to add additional parameters e.g. getting the clean copy when updating.

Anyone know how this can be achieved in 813 (if it can). The cvs commands in the menus have ellipsis (...) but no dialogs pop-up.

Thanks

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At the moment most of parameters have default values and there is no way to
change them.
What settings would you want to configure?

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In v3.0 you can configure some dialogs to pop-up for cvs operations to

allow you to add additional parameters e.g. getting the clean copy when
updating.
>

Anyone know how this can be achieved in 813 (if it can). The cvs commands

in the menus have ellipsis (...) but no dialogs pop-up.
>

Thanks



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+1 for being able to update with a clean copy

Being able to work with tags would be good too.

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On Mon, 12 May 2003 07:14:52 +0000, Jonathan Knight wrote:

+1 for being able to update with a clean copy
Being able to work with tags would be good too.


And branches....

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yeah branches are quite important.

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On Mon, 12 May 2003 08:01:17 +0000, Marc Logemann wrote:

yeah branches are quite important.


One thing I loved from WinCVS was the graph view - showing the branches of
a file. Was quite nice, sadly with CVS working on a per file basis it
wasn't that good for watching over a project thou :(

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Jonathan Knight wrote:

+1 for being able to update with a clean copy


The option to update with a clean copy should NOT be persisted. It
should be a once off setting that has to be re-enabled every time the
user wants to use it. There's too much chance for catastrophe if it's
persisted.

Ciao,
Gordon

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Ok! I'll add this option in the next build (815).

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Jonathan Knight wrote:

+1 for being able to update with a clean copy

>

The option to update with a clean copy should NOT be persisted. It
should be a once off setting that has to be re-enabled every time the
user wants to use it. There's too much chance for catastrophe if it's
persisted.

>

Ciao,
Gordon

>

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Quest Software <http://java.quest.com/>
260 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5A 4L5, Canada
Voice: 416-643-4846 | Fax: 416-594-1919

>


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On Mon, 12 May 2003 21:19:29 +0400, Olesya Smirnova wrote:

Ok! I'll add this option in the next build (815).


waiting waiting waiting :)

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I really miss 'GZip compression level', it saves a lot of traffic

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I really miss 'GZip compression level', it saves a lot of traffic


You could still use your .cvsrc file to define the cvs level (google for
more info on the makeup of cvsrc's and their location on the various
platforms).


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but it's better you have a option in IDEA

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Dan Hardiker wrote:
>>I really miss 'GZip compression level', it saves a lot of traffic


You could still use your .cvsrc file to define the cvs level (google for
more info on the makeup of cvsrc's and their location on the various
platforms).


Since the new CVS integration doesn't use the command-line cvs tool, I
don't think it will read your .cvsrc file.

Ciao,
Gordon

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