As part of a 2 big plans (one for merging bzr-eclipse and qbzr-eclipse, the other one to create a unified menu for all bzr gui clients, a work in progress that started in bzr-exloprer) I have been working on qbzr and qbzr-eclipse.
I’ll be publishing updates with the progress i made in qbzr commands
I couldn’t contact the official BzrEclipse maintainer these days so I figured out that it is a good idea to learn how to build a BzrEclipse release, so I did it!
This UNOFFICIAL release contains the work I’ve been doing this past month:
- Added Ignore option
- Added .bzrignore management GUI
- Fixed some issues in “send command”
- Moved menu item to project menu
- Added icon to menu
- Moved strings to UITexts
I hope to get this merged in trunk soon!!!
Please, remember, this is UNOFFICIAL!!
And give it some tests!
I’m open to sugestions for new features/bug fixes for the my next coding sessions!
I’ve just made this dialog start working!
It’s a GUI for the “ignored” command, but also allows you to “unignore” files!
It will be ready soon, this week, and then most probably included in the new BzrEclipse build.
After a lot of cleanup the merge directive for SendDialog was aproved and it will be merged very soon!
If every test goes well we’ll have a new BzrEclipse build tomorrow!
I’m very exited, this is my first big contribution to such a big project!
And it’s only the first!, more are comming!
Hey Community! I’ve been working in bzr-eclipse and now I’m proud to introduce you the new and shyny SendDialog!
It’s 90% functional, i’m fixing the last isues now (it does not allow you to set a public branch, so the option “no bundle” is useless) and probably today I’ll do the merge proposal!
The branch where I’m working on this is: https://code.launchpad.net/~javierder/bzr-eclipse/send_command
Thanks Guillermo for the great help!
The next bzr-pida release was supossed to be released this week but “it” got difficult so I’ll be working this weekend to have it released ASAP!
I hate missing deadlines!
You can check my progress here: https://code.launchpad.net/~javierder/bzr-pida/plugin
Here’s a nice screenshot of the integrated settings window in Pida as a PidaView. Not all dialogs will be like this, but all dialogs that are logically placed this way are been worked out, like “info”, “status” and the command line.
I’ve updated the Roadmap to reflect the changes I’ve made.
They’re only in the “order” side of things, because Pida is still working in anyvc definition.
So, I’m focusing 100% in doing the “plugin” now.
Also!!!! Very probably I’m 100% sure this next friday I’ll release the next version!!! So, stay close and report as much bugs as you can!!!!!!