Selena - ClearCase plugin

It is been improved but I still experience the following issues
1. check in option is always disabled
2. plug in manager shows red icon on the CC plugin entry, if this plugin is officially supported by Intelij then some changes need to be done so old plugin doesn't wipes out a new one
3. Which CC configuration is to be used e.i. Command line, native, new native etc.
4. What Clear case root means - it looks like it has no effect on any functionality

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Dear Vladimir,

VG> 1. check in option is always disabled

There is no such option at all, neither in the context menu nor in the main
one. The common practice is to use "Commit Changes" action via Ctrl-K, which
is a powerful means for selecting changes for checking in.

VG> 2. plug in manager shows red icon on the CC plugin entry, if this
VG> plugin is officially supported by Intelij then some changes need to
VG> be done so old plugin doesn't wipes out a new one

The old plugin will be removed soon, sorry for the inconveniences.

VG> 3. Which CC configuration is to be used e.i. Command line, native,
VG> new native etc.

I personally recommend to use ONLY command line - it is reliable. Native
implementations are very unstable, they throw exceptions all the time and
are subject for the discussion.

VG> 4. What Clear case root means - it looks like it has no effect on
VG> any functionality

In the last EAP (and first Milestone version) you will see no root in the
configuration dialog. General mechanism for assigning roots will be used
instead.

best wishes,
Michael Gerasimov,
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc


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I know about CTRK but there was an option to check in one file only and in my view it was very convenient, would be nice to have it back. When using CTRLK I'm always scared to check in more then I need, but I'll try this again. Thanks

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Dear Vladimir,

OK, I'll put it back. Sorry for the inconveniences.

best wishes,
Michael Gerasimov,
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc


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Hello Vladimir,

I know about CTR+K but there was an option to check in one file only
and in my view it was very convenient, would be nice to have it back.
When using CTRL+K I'm always scared to check in more then I need, but
I'll try this again. Thanks


Right click -> Checkin file.

Also the checkin dialog shows the count of files that are going to be checked
in, so you can make sure that nothing extra is included.

--
Dmitry Jemerov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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Dmitry,
The new CTRL+K dialog looks good and much better then the original one, I didn't see it since it's been modified. But still it would be nice to have the single file check in option been resurrected.

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