Aurora: CVS and other VCS integrations

In aurora, seems like lots of CVS related menuitems showing up all over the
place, even when the VCS integration is disabled or set to something other
than CVS.

Is this just EAP thing, and will be removed in future ?

If not, is there a way to remove them from the VCS plugin ?

Thanks,
Dash.


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What items did you mean?
"Checkout Project", "Import" and "Edit CVS Root" are visible when cvs plugin
exists.

Try to remove cvsIntegration from plugins.

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"Debabrata Dash" <dash@arcsight.com> wrote in message
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In aurora, seems like lots of CVS related menuitems showing up all over

the

place, even when the VCS integration is disabled or set to something other
than CVS.

>

Is this just EAP thing, and will be removed in future ?

>

If not, is there a way to remove them from the VCS plugin ?

>

Thanks,
Dash.

>
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Shouldn't these be visible ONLY if we choose CVS as the active VCS?
Some people here are using different VCS for different project. Having to remove a plugin is not a solution either.
I agree totally Dash here.
In addition if you do implement this, it would be nice to have this done automatically by the api: All actions for a non active VCS should be automatically hidden. I do not know if it is possible but it would be nice a prevent any misbehaving plugin to polluate the menus.

Jacques

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I think there are some actions usefull even if cvs is non active (checkout
project and import)

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Olesya Smirnova
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"Jacques Morel" <jacmorel@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Shouldn't these be visible ONLY if we choose CVS as the active VCS?
Some people here are using different VCS for different project. Having to

remove a plugin is not a solution either.

I agree totally Dash here.
In addition if you do implement this, it would be nice to have this done

automatically by the api: All actions for a non active VCS should be
automatically hidden. I do not know if it is possible but it would be nice a
prevent any misbehaving plugin to polluate the menus.
>

Jacques

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But as I have sed in the tracker item I filed, these actions only act
on CVS and are therefore useless elsewhere.

Olesya Smirnova wrote:

I think there are some actions usefull even if cvs is non active (checkout
project and import)

--
Best regards,
Olesya Smirnova
JetBrains, Inc / IntelliJ Software
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Jacques Morel" <jacmorel@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>>Shouldn't these be visible ONLY if we choose CVS as the active VCS?
>>Some people here are using different VCS for different project. Having to


remove a plugin is not a solution either.

>>I agree totally Dash here.
>>In addition if you do implement this, it would be nice to have this done


automatically by the api: All actions for a non active VCS should be
automatically hidden. I do not know if it is possible but it would be nice a
prevent any misbehaving plugin to polluate the menus.

>>Jacques
>>



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Yup, I agree.

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