CVS File View

Hi !

I'm missing the option to add root paths for cvs since 655(?), actually the
whole file view tab in cvs is gone. Where can I find it ? It was a feature
that I used for my project ...

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Hello Marc,

this tab was removed because we found it absolutely inconsistent with project structure.

Best regards,
Vladimir Kondratyev
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Marc wrote:

Hi !

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I'm missing the option to add root paths for cvs since 655(?), actually the
whole file view tab in cvs is gone. Where can I find it ? It was a feature
that I used for my project ...

>

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The students of today are the programmers of tomorrow,
and they are learning in Java and Unix.
- Javaworld.com, 21 June 2002
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this tab was removed because we found it absolutely inconsistent with

project structure.

Hmmmm, well, I used it to commit files from my webapp in my project. With
the option to change add root paths I had an overview of the project src
files and my webapp files in cvs. Now I would have to add the webapp dir to
the project tree...

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and they are learning in Java and Unix.
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Hi!
this feature was also very important to me.
In all my projects I must add a huge source tree (common company sources) to my source tab. I cannot add this tree to the project tab because of size and further dependencies.
Anyway it was necessary to have this tree in my cvs tab. So I was able to checkout this sources directly from within idea. And on the other hand could I make small patches in the common sources that I could commit here. And last but not least I saw changes I did to non-project code at one glance.

Please rethink this issue once more.

cheers,
Manfred

this tab was removed because we found it absolutely

inconsistent with
project structure.

Hmmmm, well, I used it to commit files from my webapp
in my project. With
the option to change add root paths I had an overview
of the project src
files and my webapp files in cvs. Now I would have to
add the webapp dir to
the project tree...

/*==============================================
The students of today are the programmers of
of tomorrow,
and they are learning in Java and Unix.
- Javaworld.com, 21 June 2002
==============================================*/


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